Aegir Insights announced next installment of Wavelength Intelligence Briefings to discuss how heavily the Asia-Pacific's offshore wind future will hinge on China.
Asia-Pacific's offshore wind installation is forecast to grow from 31 GW in 2022 to around 250 GW in 2035. However, the region remains heavily driven by China and early promise has been slow to translate into giga-scale clean power production in the rest of Asia-Pacific.
Tune in to our upcoming Aegir Wavelength Intelligence Briefings on 19 October at 14:00 CET, where Aegir Insights’ Senior Research Analyst Simon Engfred Schlichting and Chief Executive Editor Darius Snieckus will discuss, where the regional play led by China and leading emerging markets such as South Korea and Taiwan is going - and what needs to happen for the deployment of offshore wind plant to accelerate and fulfill its potential in the region.
Save the date and sign up free to join us for the next installment of our new web-cast series on19 October at 14:00 CET (8:00 ET / 20:00 SGT).
Wavelength Intelligence Briefings are our new 15-minute digital sit-downs with Aegir analysts delving into key talking points in global offshore wind markets picked as ‘ones to watch’.
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