23.03.2021 - 24.03.2021

Japan – Virtual Seminar 2021 – Danish Offshore Wind Supply Chain


3,950 DKK per person/company after grant

We will send you a link the day before the seminar.

Available seats

There are 30 available seats



Participating companies:

  • Copenhagen Business School
  • Energy and Climate Academy
  • HYTOR Tools Solutions A/S
  • K2 Management A/S
  • Seasight Davits
  • Semco Maritime A/S
  • Shoreline Aps
  • Svendborg Brakes Aps
  • Windpal
  • Ørsted

Co-financed by:

The Japanese Wind Market

Japan is the world's 5 largest emitter of CO2, and they want to be CO2 neutral in 2050, and as part of this transformation  Japan will undergo a large green transformation with a 30 GW in 2040, and already now Japan are considering lifting this target to 45 GW. In order to be able to reach this goal Japan is looking for building up a supply chain for the Japanese offshore industry.
Companies such as Ørsted, Tepco, Iberdrola, CIP, Equinor, Jera and J-Power all have focus on the offshore prospects in Japan.

Why participate:

  • Will give you an update on Japanese offshore market
  • Provide you with a list of the Japanese participants
  • Introduce you to the plans on developer, OEM and port level in regards of the supply chain setting
  • You will be able to present your company to the Japanese stakeholders in English or Japanese via pre-recorded video.


DAY 1 – 23 March
- Danish intro to the Japanese stakeholders

Welcome by Ambassador Taksøe-Jensen

The Royal Danish Embassy to Japan
- Design of offshore wind energy regulation supporting cost reductions and competition

Wind Denmark
- How we have built up a Danish supply chain & how the Danish supply chain enters into markets

Presentation of Danish companies to the Japanese stakeholders
- Individual sales pitches

DAY 2: - 24 March
- Japanese intro to the Danish stakeholders

Welcome by Søren Rasmussen, Danish Wind Export

Japan Wind Power Association
- Update on the Japanese offshore market

Masato Yamada, CEO, MHI Vestas Japan
(subject to follow)

Andrew Ho, Head of Government and Regulatory Affairs, New markets Asia pacific Market Development, ØRSTED
- Ørsted supply chain expectations in Japan, any challenges for DK supply chain

Port authorities (TBC)
- Prospect for offshore base port needs in Japan

The Royal Danish Embassy to Japan, Trade Council
- how to assist the companies setting up their supply chain solution in Japan

Søren Rasmussen
Managing Director
+45 4022 0311