German Companies Still Committed to Taiwanese Energy Transition Despite Coronavirus Crisis: German Pavilion

DEinternational Taiwan Ltd., the service unit of the German Trade Office Taipei, brought three companies to the Wind Energy Asia in Kaohsiung from March 3 to 5, 2020.
“Wind energy has been on the rise in Germany since 2000. Since then, the electricity feed-in rose from 10 TWh to about 126 TWh in 2019, making wind energy the most important renewable energy. With a share of 24.5% of the overall gross electricity generation, wind energy even superseded lignite,” stated Axel Limberg, Chief Representative and Executive Director of the German Trade Office Taipei during his opening speech.
Due to their vast expertise in wind energy technologies, Mr. Limberg considers German companies to be excellent partners for Taiwan’s energy transition efforts. Asked whether the current coronavirus outbreak could seriously impact a closer cooperation in the near future, Mr. Limberg remained positive: “We are delighted that three German companies have decided to support our German Pavilion here at the Wind Energy Asia despite this ongoing crisis. This clearly shows that German companies remain committed to an active participation in the Taiwanese energy transition and that they continue to believe in this market.”
The following renowned companies presented their latest technology and services at the German Pavilion set up at the Kaohsiung Exhibition Center, 1st floor, booth A32:
·    Formosan Business Support Co. Ltd.
Based in Kaohsiung; provides independent consulting and business support services for Taiwan’s offshore renewable industry energy market.
·    GreenGate AG
based in Germany; develops highly adaptable and innovative software solutions for the maintenance of systems and infrastructures.
Headquarter close to Stuttgart (Germany); is a leading independent manufacturer of cable, insulators and overhead line accessories for sensitive interfaces in energy networks.
wpd Taiwan Energy Co., Ltd. and SIEMENS Gamesa supported the German Pavilion to strengthen the German business presence at the Wind Energy Asia and in Taiwan.