The UK-China Hub for Offshore Wind

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On Monday, 15 October, Phil Roebuck, Head of UK-China Hub for Offshore Wind, and Aria Wang, Deputy Head, attended the China (Yangjiang) – UK Offshore Wind Power Industry Cooperation Seminar organised by the Department for International Trade and Renewable UK. Discussions at the seminar included the latest developments of the offshore wind sector in the UK and in China respectively, and particularly the plan for offshore wind projects in the city of Yangjiang, Guangdong Province.

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The Hub also attended the China Wind Power exhibition on 17-19 October in Beijing, and the China-UK Industry Advisory Group meeting at the British Ambassador’s Residence on 19 October. osw 2

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About the UK-China Hub for Offshore Wind

Operated by the British Chamber Shanghai, the Hub is a flexible, dynamic, low risk, cost-effective and professional means for UK companies to create business opportunities in China. 

The Hub provides a three-tier service level offering based on company’s current business engagement in China or its business objectives for China over a 12-month period, which allows them to create a virtual presence in China, and/or in-territory business support and/or business development opportunities. 

For more details about the Hub services, please contact Aria Wang at

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Soundbites from Hub Members

“We couldn’t be more appreciative of the help and support the British Chamber Shanghai gave us. This was our first time working in China and such a success could not have been realised without their support.” – Jack Simpson, Head of Sales and Strategy, Tekmar

“AgileTek are delighted to be working with a Chinese subsea cable manufacturer to help validate the design of their product. This contract wouldn’t have happened without the support of the British Chamber Shanghai whose network of contacts and in-country support were invaluable.” - Steven Rossiter, Managing Director, AgileTek