Harry Wu, Senior Manager of Business Development at POSH Kerry Renewables and Fang Chang, Marketing Executive at POSH Kerry Renewables, participating at TWIA’s Annual General Meeting
This October, POSH Kerry Renewables (“POSH Kerry”) participated in the Annual General Meeting organized by Taiwan’s largest wind energy association Taiwan Wind Industry Association (TWIA), to explore upcoming trends and opportunities in the renewables sector. The event gathered association members and industry leaders across the country to discuss the development of the wind power industry in Taiwan and the wider Asia-Pacific region.
POSH Kerry is currently the only offshore vessel service provider among the 84 association members which include large-scale wind turbine and wind farm construction companies in Taiwan.
The meeting was graced by Mr Lin Chuan-Neng, Deputy Minister of Economic Affairs of Taiwan who expressed his confidence that Taiwan’s wind energy industry will be able to serve as a launchpad for the rest of the Asia Pacific region. Various TWIA members also shared their future plans in the region during the session.
With access to a diverse offshore fleet that can serve multiple clients in the value chain and leveraging on the expertise of our offshore marine and logistics partners, POSH Kerry, as a local Taiwanese setup, is well-placed as a partner-of-choice to support Taiwan’s offshore renewables sector.
As we grow and maintain strong momentum in Taiwan, POSH Kerry will continue to participate actively through TWIA and support the Taiwan government in advancing offshore renewable energy and marine industries.