The 2019 Global Offshore Wind Summit is held in the Cantonese city of Yangjiang from May 31st to June 2nd.
The MOU Signing Ceremony between Innovation Norway and China Wind Energy Association (hereafter as the CWEA) and the High-Level Reception of the Chinese-Norwegian Wind Industry were held at the ambassador’s residence in the Royal Norwegian Embassy on March 19th, 2019.
On January 20th, the CWEA (China Wind Energy Association), the top specialist institution in the nation, held its annual New Year Reception of China Wind Power Industry in the Sheraton Hotel Beijing.
The EU-China Conference on Sustainable Urbanization: Digital Xiongan, Empowering thr Future was held at China Academy of Urban Planning and Design on the 12th of December.
Norwegian King Harald V and Queen Sonja paid a state visit to China from Oct 11 to 20 at the invitation of President Xi Jinping. It was the King and Queen’s first visit to China since China and Norway normalized their diplomatic ties in April last year. It is also their fourth visit to the […]
Previous Event Review: Two month ago, in June, from 12th to 15th, in order to open up business opportunities for both Norwegian offshore wind energy companies and Chinese companies, NEEC together with Norwep, brought together a Norwegian offshore wind power enterprise delegation to China for a four-day visit, including four company-visit (Beijing and Fuzhou), […]
This September, the Global Wind Summit will be held in Hamburg, Germany. During the summit, Norwegian Energy and Environment Consortium (NEEC), together with Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association (CREIA), China Wind Association (CWEA) and Norwegian Energy Partners (NORWEP) will co-organize a parallel “Wind Blowing from China” forum at the Hamburg Messe site. The forum will […]
Call for Norwegian technology and service providers!! 27 Chinese environmental protection industry top level managements travelling to Norway this September.
Norwegian Heavy Lift Shipowner OHT Has Signed a Contract With China Merchants Heavy Industry (CMHI) for the Construction of a 48,000 dwt Semi-Submersible Offshore Wind Farm Foundation Installation Vessel
Offshore Heavy Transport (OHT), the Norwegian heavy lift shipowner, has inked a contract with China Merchants Heavy Industry (CMHI) for a semi-submersible offshore windfarm foundation installation vessel with options for three more. The first vessel will be ready for project deployment from early 2021, the company informed.
Innovation Norway, Royal Norwegian Embassy together with Norwegian Energy Partners have brought together a Norwegian offshore wind power enterprise delegation to China for a four-day visit, including four company-visit (Beijing and Fuzhou), two project onsite visit (Fuzhou), the third Offshore Wind Summit and the Sino-Norwegian Offshore Wind Co-operation Forum. The visit aims to open up […]