Energy Taiwan Forum 2022
19 October @ 08:00 - 21 October @ 17:00
As the world embraces the trend of circular economy, green energy and carbon reduction actions are no longer just manifestations of enterprises’ ambitions, but a key aspect to obtaining global sustainable business opportunity and enhancing enterprise resilience and competitiveness. The use of renewable energy is also a vital factor affecting Taiwan’s status in the international supply chain, and it is crucial to deploy in advance in the market of renewable energy and build a system of green economy.
As Taiwan’s most comprehensive exchange platform of green energy, the exhibition focuses on four major areas: PV, wind energy, smart storage and hydrogen energy, and invites major domestic and overseas energy companies to participate in the exhibition to facilitate business matching and exploring cooperative opportunities with Taiwan’s local industry chain. Under the global trends of net zero and sustainability, the exhibition expands to include for the first time feature areas of energy creation, energy saving, green energy procurement and trading, and green finance, displaying Taiwan’s most comprehensive economic system of the energy sector.
During the exhibition period, international forums will also be held for in-depth analysis of the trends of renewable energy industry, in aim to accelerate on all fronts the transition to green energy.
Holland Home of Wind Energy (HHWE) will set up a Netherlands Lounge, in which every participant will be introduced individually. The total floor area of the Netherlands Lounge will be between the 18 and 48sqm at a central location at the exhibition floor.
The following services are included:
- Fully equipped joint Netherlands booth with customized Netherlands branding;
- Own poster desk for each participating company (TBC);
- Exposure of company logo and corporate photos;
- Shared TV screen for PPT (max. 6 slides) or corporate movie (max. 1,5 min) in the Lounge;
- Host(ess)/support on site;
- Support in arranging (online) meetings with Taiwanese stakeholders;
- Hotel recommendation (if applicable); and
- Joint promotion.
Participation costs are expected to be between the €1.000,00 and €1.500,00 per company. Included are all the services as mentioned above. PIB Taiwan member can join for free.
Participants are responsible for their own travel expenses. All prices are without VAT. To cover part of the fee, SME’s can apply for a RVO mission voucher with a maximum worth of 50% of the participants fee. If help is needed to apply for this voucher, please contact David van der Sman (contact details below). Please note that it’s up to RVO whether to grant the mission voucher or not. HHWE can’t give any guarantees for this.
More information and registration
Registration will open in the upcoming period.
For more information, please contact Marion van den Berg (contact details below)