Why Exhibit


Why Taiwan?

To reduce its carbon footprint, Taiwan is investing NT$ 1 trillion (US$ 33 billion) to have 20% of the island’s energy needs supplied by renewables by 2025.  The lion’s share or 5.5GW should come from offshore wind, creating at least 20,000 jobs and reducing carbon emissions by 10.5 million MT. Localization requirements drive the ambition to become an industry hub and for companies to become key players in the rest of Asia Pacific.  If you have the technology, then come and meet your future long-term partner.  Taiwan’s strong legal environment provides the necessary guarantees.

Why Kaohsiung?

Kaohsiung’s Wind Energy Strengths

The Xingda Port has been designated as a base for underwater foundation construction. Key Kaohsiung companies are actively involved in Taiwan’s wind energy initiative as a way to upgrade their technical capabilities and add value.

Center for Manufacturing / Technical

Prowess Kaohsiung is home to major suppliers for Taiwan’s wind energy industry including China Steel, China Shipbuilding Corp., Metal Industries R&D Center and other key players in port services, metal processing and technical universities.

Why attend Wind Energy Asia?

 Given the success of the first version Asia-Pacific Wind Energy Expo 2019 as the largest, most international wind energy event in Taiwan, and one of the main ones in Asia, we expect a doubling of the event in 2020.


The only B2B platform dedicated exclusively to developing Taiwan’s wind energy industry and supply chain.

Networking / Partnering

Meet a rich list of buyers, suppliers and industry experts from Taiwan and overseas.  If you have the technology come and meet your Taiwanese future partner who will look after your interests in Asia, backed up by the strong legal environment.


Movers and shakers of today and tomorrow: government officials, associations, wind farm operators, college graduates, researchers, parts and service suppliers, municipal and corporate users, media.


A complete range of products and services for the wind energy industry.  Turbines, maritime engineering, foundation, ships, generators, operation and maintenance, grid, human resources, certification and a lot more.


An exciting line-up of seminars, discussion panels, job/recruiting fairs and business match-making forums.


Come experience the good food, sightseeing and hospitality of South Taiwan.