ASEAN Wind Energy 2020 ( 26-27 March 2020, Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam) is the only large scale business platform in Southeast Asia that anticipates and manages the changes of the region’s immense wind market, specially covering Vietnam, Philippines, Thailand & lndonesia. Aiming to lay the groundwork for the development, investment and partnership across all industrial peers, the event brings together: 800+ Participants, 70+ Speakers, 100+ Gov/Utility/Developer/Investor/EPCs, 20+ Consulting companies and other third party
Co-located with Vietnam Green Finance Series
New Partnership Opportunities with Governments, Developers, invesors and EPCs
Wind Power Finance & Investment Guideline in ASEAN Region
Advanced Offshore Wind Turbine Technology, National Supply Chain &Future Power System Trends
Topics to Build Your ASEAN Onshore and Offshore Wind Business Plan
MARKET STRUCTURE AND EVOLUTION
Listen to ASEAN wind leaders to share the plans about speeding up the progress to achieve wind power target, establishing a credible investment and financing mechanism and drawing a cost reduction roadmap.
Analyze the ASEAN wind development pipeline in a series of panel discussions, providing you with up-to-date information about Wind Energy Areas, government plans and support mechanisms to help finance and develop wind projects.
WIND RESOURCE ASSESSMENT & EFFICIENT PERMITS
Hear the latest methodology of ASEAN wind resource assessment; how to manage stakeholders and get securing required permits and licenses.
SUPPLY CHAIN, GRID CONNECTIVITY AND ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
Learn how businesses and electricity power companies are taking steps to build national supply chain and resilient power system for wind projects.
The Next Big Thing - Wind Energy Market in Vietnam
In the revised 7th master plan for power development, Vietnam government has approved the addition of 4,000 MW of wind power in the future. Although the potential is well appreciated in Vietnam, the share of wind power in the electricity market is still limited. One of the diﬃculties of wind power projects is the access to international funds, while requirements related to environmental impact assessment are not satisfactory.
In order to help domestic wind power investors better understand the requirements of international ﬁnancial institutions related to environmental impact assessment as well as Vietnam regulations, we would like to introduce the “Whitepaper on Vietnam Wind Energy Development”. Hope this white paper will contribute to promoting the development of Vietnam’s renewable energy market in particular and the Vietnam electricity market in a sustainable and eﬀective way in general, for a greener Vietnam.
This report mainly emphasizes the development process of wind power and its financing in ASEAN region, providing you a holistic viewpoint and critical tips. Firstly, it will discuss tax exemption or reduction and other supporting policies of wind power. The following parts will talk about ﬁve phases of a wind energy project and the focus activities in the financing process.
ASEAN Wind Energy 2019, co-located with Vietnam Green Finance, gathered 815 attendees including governors, developers, investors, EPCs, service providers and equipment suppliers to talk about issues related to opportunities and challenges of wind power development and its financing in ASEAN Region.
More Speakers featured in the 2020 program will be announced soon!
SPONSORS & PARTNERS
ASEAN Wind Energy 2020
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 Exhibit In 2nd ASEAN Wind Energy 2020？
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