Japan Wind Energy 2019 is a premier information change and business networking
platform between public and private stakeholders in the country’s wind value chain. The first-year, two-day show is estimated to attract 500+ industrial stakeholders, representing Japan central and prefecture governments, home and international investors, developers, network providers, financiers, EPCs, as well as key equipment and solution providers.
An Unmissable Opportunity for Your Japan Onshore and Offshore Wind Businesses
Asia’s Senior Onshore and Offshore Wind Leaders' Meeting Point
Roadmap the Routes to Market
Learn what key steps onshore and offshore wind is making to reach commercial scale operations. Understand the timeframe for development that will enable you to strategically plan for your future wind energy generation operations
Locating Projects for Commercial Scale Deployment
Understand where government and supply chain conditions are favorable to enable developers to transition to commercial scale projects
Lessons Learned from Current Projects
Hear developer led case studies on how they are tackling the key challenges involved in onshore and offshore wind. Hear from operations focused teams on what risks are being addressed for future development
Design for Operations at Scale
Hear case studies showcasing the latest advances in floating wind technology design including new and improved platforms, moorings, cabling and built to float turbines. Utilize and adapt using the lessons learned from existing marine, Oil & Gas industries
Secure Finance and Lower Risk
Hear from financial backers and insurance firms on the business case proposals that will help you secure 3rd party finance for development of new technologies
Leading experts on stage
Topics to Build Your Japan Onshore and Offshore Wind Business Plan
White Paper: Generation within a Treasury of Wind - Wind Market in Japan
In this report, a current situation of wind energy market in Japan is discussed first, involving the potential wind capacity, the current capacity of both onshore and offshore and the impact of social demand. Then, the relevant policies are provided, especially the national energy plan, the Japanese power market, incentives on wind projects and so on. Some investment information apart from government financial support is also given later. The Projects section is aimed to show a layout of wind energy construction and operation around Japan. Last but not least, a future sight of offshore wind is mentioned due to a positive attitude from the Japanese government, accompanied with its advantages and several cases.
Sponsors and Partners
Sponsor & Partnership Opportunities
The sponsorship program has been specially designed to give industry leaders opportunities to increase visibility and enhance corporate profile. Partners and sponsors will enjoy sustained profiling impact through continuous promotion before, during and even after the conference. There are various opportunities to support and be associated with this prestigious and unique event.
Why Sponsor JWE 2019?
An ideal platform to project brand image and stay competitive in the industry
Establish your presence in a new market
Generate and establish new sales leads, business contacts and build network
Engage new partners from the region
Support existing clients and local agents
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2019 SPONSORS & PARTNERS
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Registration - Japan Wind Energy 2019
28 -29 Oct 2019 /// Osaka, Japan
Hyatt Regency Osaka
1-13-11 Nanko-Kita, Suminoe-Ku, Osaka
Bayside Urban Resort Hotel in Osaka, Japan that Offers City Views and Access to Universal Studios Japan. Located on Osaka Bay, Hyatt Regency Osaka is in close proximity to popular attractions such as the ‘Kaiyukan’ aquarium and Universal Studios Japan®. For the business traveller, Intex Osaka exhibition hall, Asia Pacific Trade Center and the Osaka Prefecture Government building are adjacent to the hotel.