P10612 2nd Annual Wind Power & TurbineTech Asia
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2nd Annual Wind Power & TurbineTech Asia

11 – 14 March 2019, One Farrer Hotel, Singapore

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1+1 Super Saver for a limited time only! Register 1 delegate and the second comes free. Limited to project owners and developers only, subject to organiser’s terms and approval.


As regulatory drivers continue to spur investment in Governments’ quest for improving energy access and affordability with environment priorities, the prospect of growth in the wind power industry remains incredibly strong. ASEAN, China, India, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan – the list of countries encouraging Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and new project development is turbo charging the sector. Innovation though, is the need of the hour.  

Part of the Renewable Energy Week, and still, Asia’s ONLY Wind Power event with a focus on regional markets, the 2nd Annual Wind Power Asia comes back to Singapore to showcase innovation and new trends in wind farm development, new investment, partnerships and also provide direction on regulatory certainty. As developers and operators flock to the region to capitalise on business prospects, this platform remains your best bet to get a regional snapshot. 

1+1 Super Saver for a limited time only! 
Register 1 delegate and the second comes free. Limited seats, subject to organiser’s terms and approval. 

Conference Highlights 

  • Regional Government updates on evolving Wind Energy regulations  
  • FIT policies, structures and a regional comparison for investor assessment  
  • Investment outlook, and financier perspectives on risk, and lending criteria variables  
  • Innovation in Wind Farm development 
  • Digital Wind Farms, and the impact on project outcomes   
  • Country specific market entry strategies and critical project success factors  
  • Project updates and partnership opportunities across the region 
  • Early stage project feasibility assessment, constructability, modeling and validation 
  • New trends in turbine design, efficiency and reliability, and CAPEX implications  
  • Overcoming design limits, transportation and installation challenges for remote locations   
  • Offshore Wind Farm feasibility and project outlook 
  • PPAs for Wind Energy projects 

Part of

Renewable Energy Week >>

Co-Located Events

2nd Annual Solar Power & PVTech Asia >>
2nd Annual Wind Power & TurbineTech Asia >>
Smart Energy Summit >>


8:00 am

Main Conference Registration and Morning Coffee

9:00 am

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Joint Opening Plenary Sessions (Smart Energy, 2nd Solar Power PVTech Asia & 2nd Wind Power and TurbineTech Asia)

9:10 am

  • Addressing future of energy consumption and demand
  • Wind and solar market potentials and sustainable development
  • Future of technological innovations – AI, robotics, IoT and smart power systems
  • What’s in store for APAC

9:30 am

  • What will the next generation utility look like?
  • The changing profile of power sector business models and ecosystem
  • The role of regulations in creating innovation in the industry
  • Digitalisation and smart energy – What are we seeing, and where is the investment going?
  • How are investor preferences changing?
  • The road ahead

10:15 am

Morning Networking and Refreshment Break

2nd Wind Power TurbineTech Asia Conference Commences


10:45 am

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

  • Financial considerations for offshore wind projects
  • Regional hotspots for offshore wind investments
  • European offshore wind development and its impact on Asia

11:00 am

  • Investment landscape for offshore wind in South Korea
  • How investor-friendly is South Korea’s regulatory landscape for renewables/wind?
  • GIG’s wind project development case studies in Asia Pacific – Taiwan, South Korea and Japan

11:30 am

  • Yushan’s strategy: Taiwan as an offshore wind hub for Asia Pacific
  • Project updates for Hai Long 1, 2, 3 wind farms in Taiwan
  • Opportunities and challenges in offshore wind development
  • Key factors for offshore wind success

12:00 pm

  • How the wind business stacks up to others in Gunkul’s renewables business
  • Gunkul’s case study: Engaging Siemens Gamesa to install Asia’s tallest wind turbines at Sarahnlom wind farm
  • Project updates on Gunkul’s wind farms in Myanmar

12:30 pm

  • Implications of India’s renewables policy shift and wind business
  • Updates on competitive auction-based system
  • ReNew’s wind power project under India’s first reverse wind auction
  • Offshore wind development in India
  • Potential partnership and acquisition opportunities in the region

1:00 pm

Networking Lunch


2:00 pm

  • Wind markets and Government’s target for 23% renewables in its national energy mix
  • Renewable energy integration for Indonesia – how smart solutions help to facilitate the national strategy for energy security?
  • Project updates for Indonesia’s first wind farm in Sulawesi
  • Policy measures posited to drive wind development

2:30 pm

  • Overview of New Zealand’s energy (particularly the electricity) sector
  • NZ’s transition journey to a net zero emissions economy
  • National policy on wind development, given NZ is one of the few (if not only) countries without a wind/renewables incentive
  • Current regulatory and market issues for renewable energy

3:00 pm

Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break

3:30 pm

  • Current renewable energy targets in India, and the national wind power policy
  • Potential for offshore wind in India: Updates on NIWE’s wind resource assessment and piloting projects
  • Progress of wind energy technologies/innovations in India: Wind-solar hybrid systems, small wind turbines, etc.

4:00 pm

  • Vietnam’s power sector overview, and the outlook for wind energy
  • Updates on policy framework surrounding renewable energy
  • Incentive mechanisms for wind energy development in Vietnam
  • Piloting Direct Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (DPPAs)
  • Connecting renewables to the Vietnam’s Grid: Requirements

4:30 pm

  • Regulatory landscape for renewables in Sri Lanka
  • Challenges and opportunities for wind development in Sri Lanka
  • Project updates for Sri Lanka-ADB’s 100MW wind park


5:30 pm

  • Outlook for digital wind farms
  • Impact of innovation on cost competitiveness of wind energy
  • What are the turbine technologies gaining traction?
  • Partnership updates with BaxEnergy on utilizing wind farm analytics

6:00 pm

Chairperson’s Summary and End of Main Conference Day One

8:30 am

Morning Coffee


9:00 am

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

9:10 am

  • Introduction to Australia’s Energy Grid
  • Regulatory drivers in wind development in Australia
  • Private sector’s response to policy uncertainty: Emergence of new business models and innovation
  • Infigen’s case studies: Infigen’s wind farms in South Australia and New South Wales

9:40 am

  • AC’s strategy to scaling up its renewable energy business
  • Outlook for wind energy in the Philippines
  • Recent expansion of wind business in Australia, and 50% acquisition of UPC Renewables
  • Partnership updates on wind projects in Indonesia and Vietnam

10:10 am

  • Updates for RATCH’s upcoming wind projects in Vietnam and Australia
  • Comparative study on the ease of getting approvals/permits for RATCH’s wind farms across the region
  • Securing external financing for RATCH’s wind farms
  • Technology trends leveraged by RATCH in existing wind projects

10:40 am

Morning Networking and Refreshment Break

11:10 am

  • Rationale behind UPC’s pioneer move into the Indonesian wind market
  • Securing the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for Indonesia’s first wind project
  • Outlook for wind energy in Asia Pacific
  • Trends and innovation in wind farm development

11:40 am

  • GIZ’s role in Vietnam’s wind development
  • Current state of wind regulations and its impact on the investment outlook for wind energy in Vietnam
  • Partnership updates on wind projects development between GIZ and the Vietnam Government


1:00 pm

Networking Lunch


2:00 pm

  • Outlook for wind energy in Indonesia
  • Partnership updates for wind development in Indonesia
  • Technical and commercial expertise exchange with Indonesian developers
  • Danish insights into the bilateral cooperation between Governments for wind power projects

2:20 pm

  • Project updates on Mainstream’s wind projects in Asia
  • Key technical challenges faced in the acquisition process for wind projects
  • Potential partnership opportunities in wind in Asia Pacific
  • How Mainstream secures financing for wind projects

2:40 pm

  • Overview of Baywa r.e.’s wind business in North America and Europe, and its expansion strategy for APAC
  • Outlook for the onshore wind sector, and market potential for wind projects in APAC
  • Key considerations to note when engaging in local partnerships in Asia for renewable projects

3:00 pm

  • Expanding portfolio from gas and coal business to renewables
  • Phinma’s case study: First in the Philippines to secure approval for national grid connection for its 54MW San Lorenzo wind farm
  • Project Developer’s perspectives on remaining gaps in Philippines’ renewables policy

3:30 pm

Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break


4:40 pm

  • How does renewables/wind investments differ from other investments?
  • InfraCo’s investment strategy to cope with uncertainty/risks in markets
  • Project updates on wind farms in Myanmar: From project identification to implementation
  • Public-private partnerships in renewable infrastructure developments

5:10 pm

  • Overview of financing models for renewable projects: Risks and opportunities
  • Bankability concerns for renewables investment in emerging markets
  • How does renewables investment in APAC differ from other regions (Europe, Americas)?

5:40 pm

Chairperson’s Summary and End of Main Conference Day Two

9:00 am

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Key Takeaways:

  • How to kick start digitalisation
  • Cost, investment and return considerations
  • Change management and employees buy in
  • Specific techs in consideration to align your business objectives
  • Case studies

1:00 pm

End of workshop

9:00 am

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Key Takeaways:

  • Power trade regulations and commercial market
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  • Legal tools and guidelines for risk assessments
  • Case studies

1:00 pm

End of workshop


Packages Price
Package(Two Days)SGD $2995SGD $2795Early BirdEarly Bird
Extras Price
Pre Workshop SGD $500
Post Workshop SGD $500

Early Bird Rate: Register & Pay by 26 January 2019

1+1 Super Saver for a limited time only!
Register 1 delegate and the second comes free. Limited to project owners and developers only, subject to organiser’s terms and approval.

Register 2 Delegates and get 1 FREE PASS
Register 3 Delegates and get 2 FREE PASS

Group rate is based on normal rate of 2-day main conference package only.
For Group Registrations of more than 3 team members, please email info@ibcasia.com.sg or call +65 6508 2477


  • Multiple Bookings Discount pricing is applicable to groups of 2 or more delegates from the same organisation registering for the same event, at the same time.
  • Fee stated is the discounted price PER DELEGATE. Only one discount applies; either the early bird rate OR group rate.
  • All fees stated include luncheons, refreshments and complete set of documentation. It does not include the cost of accommodation and travel.
  • All delegates from Singapore-based companies are required to pay an additional 7% GST (SINGAPORE EVENTS ONLY)
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Derek Parkin

Chief Operating Officer CLP Group, Hong Kong

Balram Mehta

President of Wind & Asset Management, ReNew Power, India

Jerome Tan 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Jerome Tan

Chief Investment Officer, New Green Power, Taiwan

Brian Caffyn

CEO and Chairman, UPC Renewables Indonesia

Dr Valerie Speth 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Dr Valerie Speth

Regional Director- Asia Pacific, Juwi Renewable Energies, Singapore

Ray McLaughlin

Head of Mainstream Renewable Capital – Asia Pacific, Mainstream Renewable Capital, Singapore

Chun-Jin Ng

Head of Renewables Asia Pacific, ABN AMRO Bank Asia/Europe

Woojin Choi

Associate Director and Lawyer, Green Investment Group, South Korea

Ian Hatton

Chairman and Founding Director, Yushan Energy, Enterprize Energy Group, Singapore/Taiwan

Phongsakorn Damnoen

Deputy Managing Director, Business Development and Strategic Planning, Gunkul Engineering, Thailand

Dr. Ir. Tumiran 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

Dr. Ir. Tumiran

Board Member, National Energy Council, Dewan Energi Nasional (DEN), Indonesia

Andrew Caseley

Chief Executive Officer, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA), New Zealand

Rajesh Katyal

Deputy Director General and Group Head of Wind Resource Assessment & Offshore, National Institute of Wind Energy, India

Dinh The Phuc

Deputy Director, Electricity Regulatory Authority of Vietnam, Vietnam

Ranjith Sepala

Director General, Sri Lanka Sustainable Energy Authority, Sri Lanka

Dinesh Jagdale

Director and CEO, Panama Renewables, India

Joel Gilmore

Head of Regulatory Affairs, Infigen Energy, Australia

John Eric T. Francia 4th Annual International Schools China 2018

John Eric T. Francia

President and CEO, AC Energy Holdings, Inc., Philippines

Udompong Chuntharumporn

Senior Assistant Vice President of Business Development, RATCH, Thailand

Chi Mai Vu

Head of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Project, GIZ Viet Nam, Vietnam

Soren Mensal Kristensen

Head of Energy Cooperation, Embassy of Denmark in Indonesia

Alma Roxas-Aguila

Vice President of Project Acquisitions in Asia, Mainstream Renewables, Philippines

Brian Barry

Head of Wind Development Southeast Asia, BayWar r.e., Thailand

Danilo Panes

Vice President, Phinma Energy Corporation, Philippines

Eleana Yip

Team Head – Project Finance and Advisory Department, Cathay United Bank, Taiwan

Ryan Chua

Head of Macquarie Capital Taiwan, Macquarie Capital, Taiwan

Andrew Eckhardt

Vice President of Global Wind Energy, KfW IPEX-Bank, Germany

Allard Nooy

CEO, InfraCo Asia Development, Singapore

Yanis Boudjouher

Co-Founder and Managing Director, InfraCapital Myanmar – ReEx, Myanmar

Jenny Koh

Regional Director Asia, GuarantCo, Singapore

Daniel Mallo

Head of Energy, Infrastructure and Metals & Mining APAC, Societe Generale, Hong Kong

Ho Howe Tian

Director of Industrial Solutions Envision Digital (Asia Pacific), Singapore

Shemane Chan

Partner for Construction & Products and Energy & Resources, Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP

when & where

11 - 14 Mar 2019

One Farrer Hotel
1 Farrer Park Station Road
Singapore 217562

Contact Person: Daniel Koh
DDI: (+65) 6705 7884
Fax: (+65) 6834 7892
Cell: (+65) 86870123
Email: danielkoh@onefarrer.com


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