Expert perpectives on Offshore Wind Energy development during the Danish Royal Visit to Vietnam
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Denmark, the Danish Royal delegation represented by Danish Crown Prince Frederick and his wife Princess Mary. Accompanying the Crown Prince was a a high-level business delegation of 36 leading Danish companies under the theme “Creating a Greener Future Together”. Among them, 22 companies operate within the wind energy sector and 14 companies within the energy efficiency sector. They represent some of the leading and most innovative Danish actors in their sector.
During the visit, Danish Crown Prince Federik attended a trade and investment promotion event between Denmark and Hai Phong in offshore wind power. This event is an opportunity to share and exchange knowledge, experience in renewable energy in a whole and offshore wind power in general, as well as booster cooperation for both sides in the near future.
The Crown Prince attends a trade and investment promotion event between Danish and Vietnamese offshore wind power businesses and investors in Hai Phong.
“With the orientation of becoming a modern, smart and sustainable industrial city, Hai Phong wants to seek more solutions regarding sustainable energy to contribute to the city’s common development”, Mr Nguyen Van Tung, Chairman of Hai Phong People’s Committee said.
Attended this event, IPC Group, represented for sustainable energy enterprises in Vietnam, has shared the expectation in the view of a Contractor and Project Developer in offshore wind power sector.
IPC Group is a multi-disciplinary business group and orient long-term development in renewable energy. With nearly 10-year experience, IPC Group now becomes a leading EPC contractor in Vietnam with total installed of 1.3GW capacity.
In addition to the EPC capacity, IPC is a few company in Vietnam capable of designing, manufacturing, and erecting steel structures for factories, plants and buildings… etc to satify domestic market and export to many countries around the world. IPC also owns 2 steel structure factories in Hai Phong and Hung Yen with production capacity up to 45,000 tons/year, and is one of the 3 biggest steel-producing companies in Vietnam.
In the panel interview, Mr Pham Quoc Sy-IPC Technical Director affirmed: “Wind power is one of IPC’s sustainable development directions and we foster relationships with partners to offer the most modern, cost-effective energy solutions.”
|Mr . Pham Quoc Sy- IPC Technical Director on the panel disscusion.|
IPC also shared it’s expectation in seeking for support and cooperation partnership in term of offshore wind power supply chain:
Manufacturing and installing Monopile foundation. According to the assessment, Monopile is the foundation solution which will mainly be used for offshore wind power projects in Vietnam until 2035.
Construction management of Offshore wind power projects to ensure environmental sustainability.
Management and operation of Offshore wind power projects.
The event created a forum for trade connecting new partnerships for the offshore wind energy supply chain, as well as transfer knowledge and promote potential investment.