The UK-China Offshore Wind Hub
From 17 to 21 February, the Hub and its first member, led by British Chamber Shanghai’s Executive Director Phil Roebuck, visited Guangzhou, Nantong (Jiangsu Province) and Beijing to meet with senior management teams of some of the key Chinese developers in the industry, which include:
SPIC Jiangsu Offshore Wind Power Co., Ltd.
Shanghai Investigation Design & Research Institute Co., Ltd.
China Southern Power Grid Energy-Efficiency & Clean-Energy Co., Ltd.
Southern Offshore Wind Power Joint Development Co., Ltd.
Jiangsu Longyuan Offshore Wind Power Co., Ltd.
China Longyuan Power Group Corporation Limited
Left: On 17 February, the Hub and its first member met with China Southern Power Grid Energy-Efficiency & Clean-Energy Co., Ltd. and Southern Offshore Wind Power Joint Development Co., Ltd.
Middle: On 20 February, British Chamber Shanghai’s Executive Director Phil Roebuck and Deputy Executive Director Angela Lock met with SPIC Jiangsu Offshore Wind Power Co., Ltd.
Right: On 21 February, the Hub and its first member met with China Longyuan Power Group Corporation Limited
About the UK-China Hub for Offshore Wind
Operated by the British Chamber Shanghai and endorsed by Department for International Trade and RenewableUK, 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.
Please click here to download the appliction form for more details of the Hub's services.
For more details about the Hub, please contact Angel Lock at email@example.com