05.03.2024 - 07.03.2024

Minister-biz delegation to South Korea Offshore Wind




16.750 DKK pr. person pr. company after grant*

25.000 DKK pr. person pr. company without grant*

8.000 DKK for additional persons pr. company


*) We applied and received the grant from the Trade Council (Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs). You are obligated to fill out provided grant formular with or without grant (in accordance to EU de-minimis requirements)

Min. 10 grant utilizing companies required for this event.


Included in the price

Local transport from Seoul to Jeonnam and in relation to site visits, lunch and networking receptions, all meetings.

NOT included in the price

Hotel accommodation in both Seoul and Jeonnam, and flight. Own travel expences and food/beverage not mentioned


Registration is binding.


Seoul & Jeonnam, South Korea

Participating companies:

  • Blue Water Shipping A/S
  • COWI A/S
  • Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners
  • DNV Denmark A/S
  • Danish Energy Export
  • Danish Industry
  • EIFO
  • FORCE Technology
  • FairWind A/S Denmark
  • HAWE Energy Solutions A/S
  • Hempel A/S
  • JUM-BO Consulting Group P/S
  • Kammeradvokaten/Advokatfirmaet Poul Schmith
  • Liftra ApS
  • Maersk
  • Rambøll
  • Vestas Wind Systems A/S
  • Windpal
  • Ørsted

Co-financed by:

Join the Danish minister for Climate, Energy and Utilities, Lars Aagaard, on a business delegation to South Korea.

This delegation organized by Danish Energy Export (formerly known as Danish Wind Export (DWEA), The Confederation of Danish Industry (DI), and Trade Council in Seoul will give you comprehensive insight and exposure to the South Korean offshore wind market, and leverage on the minister’s participation.

By participating in this delegation, you will gain knowledge on the current status on offshore wind energy projects and policies in South Korea and meet representatives from the strong local supply chain in South Korea.


The program will consist of

  • Korea-Denmark Green Business Conference with attendance of the minister: Business seminar, and networking lunch
  • visits to developers/EPC in Korea (Foreign and local)
  • visit to Korean supply chain (i.e. CS Wind-tower manufacturer; acquired Bladt Industries)
  • Business roundtable with important public stakeholders GENCO & KOEN (Korea South-East Power Co.).
    • Awarded 600MW + 400 MW projects at the government PPA auction in 3Q 2023
  • Jeonnam visit with seminar with Jeonnam municipality and supply chains with network lunch, and visit to Mokpo new port: Offshore wind port supporting projects in Jeonnam.
    • Jeonnam has a 20 GW pipeline


Denmark and Europe in offshore wind in Korea

According to information from Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), renewables will account for 27.3% of Korea’s total power capacity in 2030, increasing nearly three fold from 9.7% this year. Danish and European actors have moved into the Korean offshore market:

  • Ørsted has secured development of 1.6 GW offshore wind for the Incheon project.
  • Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, through their joint venture company Jeonnam Offshore Wind Power with SK E&S, has secured financing for the offshore wind project Jeonnam I. The project has a capacity of 99 MW and is expected to be the first commercial Korean offshore wind project, scheduled to be operational in 2024. Throughout 2022, production and construction contracts were also signed with Korean suppliers, including Hyundai Engineering and Steel Industries, Hyundai Electric and Gaon, KT Submarine, and LS Cable and System. Through the joint venture with SK E&S CIP are also progressing on the two projects Jeonnam 2 and Jeonnam 3, with a combined capacity of 800 MW
  • Vestas has opened an office in Seoul, and selected as preferred supplier for i.e, 1.3 GW MunmuBaram floating-, 600 MW Wando Geumil offshore-, and 495 MW floating offshore wind project in South Korea.
  • Bladt Industries is now acquired by the South Korean tower manufacturer CS Wind

… just to mention a few of the latest DK-KR offshore news.


Why join?

  • Realize the momentum at the South Korean market and policies on offshore wind.
  • Position your brand as a leader in the future development of offshore wind in South Korea.
  • Get introduced to South Korean counterparts and build partnerships with local stakeholders.

Who should join?

  • Danish Turbine OEM, O&M and engineering companies within fields as turbine blades, turbine-related operation, maintenance and service activities, including supply of spares and technical expertise, and technical, management, professional R&D services and safety. Software and IT services.

What is included in price, what is not?

Local transport, lunch, refreshments, and networking reception is included in price.

Flight and hotel is not included in the price. We will however make hotel recommendations, and ease the process as smooth as possible. Notice we will relocate hotels during the delegation. As well is own travel expences and food/beverage not mentioned not included. More details will follow.





 Co-financed by:


Julia Pipaluk Byrialsen
Jr. Project Manager
+45 2860 4630
Søren Rasmussen
Managing Director
+45 4022 0311
Christina Vester
Project Coordinator
+45 6130 6762