Wind Expo 2024
Before Grant: 9.500 DKK per m2
After Grant: 7.800 DKK per m2
Before Grant: 38.000 DKK per company
After Grant: 30.000 DKK per company
LocationTokyo Big Sight, Japan
- FT Technologies ApS
- ITW Performance Polymers Aps
- K2 Management A/S
- Kanda ApS
- Mija Windpower ApS
- Shoreline Aps
About Wind in Japan
Japan is the world's fifth-largest emitter of CO2 and aims to achieve complete carbon neutrality by 2050. A significant push towards wind energy is considered key to meeting these targets. Offshore wind plays a vital role in Japan, boasting more than 35,000 km of coastline. The country aims to achieve an impressive 10 GW of offshore wind capacity by 2030 and between 30 GW and 45 GW by 2040. The Japanese government has been ensuring several attractive conditions for foreign companies. They are building renewable energy power generation facilities, conducting preliminary wind and seabed geology surveys, and taking the lead in coordinating with local governments and fishing communities.
Companies such as Vestas, Ørsted, GE, Tepco, Iberdrola, CIP, Equinor, Jera, and J-Power all have a focus on offshore prospects in Japan. The country is calling for more players, especially within the floating offshore wind farms power industry. Funding is available from Japan's publicly funded New Energy and Industry Technology Development Organization (NEDO). NEDO is oriented towards projects aimed at establishing underlying technologies to lower the cost of floating offshore wind power, with the goal of implementation by 2030.
Apart from its offshore plans, Japan already has many onshore turbines installed, with great potential for Operations and Maintenance (O&M), as many of the turbines are of Danish origin.
About Wind Expo
Wind Expo is the largest wind exhibition in East Asia, held in Tokyo. The exhibition serves as the region's most important meeting place for the industry outside of China. At the expo, you will find all the major players either as exhibitors or visitors.
The expo gathers a broad spectrum of manufacturers and trading companies specializing in components, system equipment, construction/transportation, analysis/measurement, offshore wind farm technology, O&M, and both large and small wind turbines. Professionals interested in business opportunities participate in the event.
In connection with the exhibition, the Danish Wind Energy Association (DWEA) offers participation at a joint stand – The Pavilion Powered by Denmark. You can have your own stand starting from 8m2 and upwards, or you can participate with a poster stand.
The exhibition is tailored for those interested in East Asian offshore markets outside of China, the O&M market in Japan, sales of small wind turbines, and those looking to present themselves to the leading OEMs in the region and their local representatives.