02.03.2021

Webinar – Business opportunities within wind energy in The Baltics and Finland

Price

Participation is free of charge, but you have to sign up for the webinar at this page.

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

 

Sign-up is closed: Contact soren.rasmussen@dwea.dk for access to the event.

Available seats

There are 40 available seats

Location

Online

Participating companies:

  • A-LEAF
  • ABB A/S
  • Blue Water Shipping A/S
  • Bureau Veritas
  • C.C. Jensen A/S
  • Cotes A/S
  • DSV Air & Sea A/S
  • Danish Embassy
  • Danotherm Electric A/S
  • Dynamica Ropes ApS
  • EIVA A/S
  • Energy and Climate Academy
  • Estonian Ministry of Economy Affairs and Communications
  • Esvagt A/S
  • Evapco Air Solutions
  • Freelance
  • H2M
  • Hydratech Industries A/S
  • IHM P/S
  • ITW Performance Polymers Aps
  • Invest in Denmark
  • LINDØ port of ODENSE A/S
  • LJM - Lind Jensens Maskinfabrik A/S
  • LM Wind Power
  • Lautec
  • Leman Int. System Transport A/S
  • Lund & Sørensen A/S
  • Martin Bencher Group
  • Master Builders
  • Megatrade
  • NIBE Element Wind Solutions
  • Omron Electronics A/S
  • Peter Madsen Rederi A/S
  • PolyTech A/S
  • RelyOn Nutec Denmark A/S
  • Resolux Aps
  • Seasight Davits
  • Semco Maritime A/S
  • Shoreline Aps
  • State of Green
  • Terma A/S
  • Trelleborg Sealing Solutions Denmark A/S
  • VANDSOE CONSULTING
  • Weathernews Scandinavia
  • Wind Denmark
  • Wind Power LAB
  • jvk business development

Co-financed by:

Time: 11:00 - 12:00

 

During this one-hour webinar, you will get a clear view of the planned offshore and onshore wind sector developments in the Baltics and Finland.

There are significant opportunities within the wind power energy in the Nordic-Baltic Region. Collectively the region compromises a significant potential for wind power, with capacity of 9.1 GW in Baltics and Finland only within offshore wind, almost the same capacity is planned within onshore wind development.

The main driver behind the transition towards more renewable energy, and in particular wind is mainly energy independence (from fossil sources, and importing) as well as increased electricity consumption (from electrification of the transport sector to reduce C02 emissions). Highlights of new planned projects:

- Estonia and Latvia: joint 1,000 MW offshore wind park,

- Estonia: 2,000 MW offshore wind,

- Finland: 3,000 MW offshore wind and 18,500 MW onshore

- Lithuania: 3,400 MW offshore wind and 1000 MW onshore

This free of charge webinar will give you a clear view on the government plans for offshore and onshore wind energy in the Baltic countries and Finland and an introduction to the key possibilities for the Danish companies

Programme
11:00 – 11:05 Introduction

DWE Welcome and introduction

11:05 – 11:45 Main developments, key drivers and opportunities for the Danish wind industry in the Baltics and Finland

Finland – by Annina Hästö, Danish Embassy in Finland

Lithuania -  by Vilma Jarasiuniene, Danish Embassy in Lithuania

Estonia – by Jens Chr. Andersen, Danish Embassy in Estonia

Latvia – by Inese Leja-Raphael, Danish Embassy in Latvia

 

11:45 – 11:55 Q & A
11:55 – 12:00 Summary, next steps

 

Søren Rasmussen
Managing Director
+45 4022 0311