ICC YAF: Offshore Wind Power and Arbitration

15 Oct 2020

Taichung Chinese
8.00 (Paris) | 14.00 (Hong Kong)

This event will discuss the current status and future development of dispute resolution mechanism for disputes arising from offshore wind power in Taiwan with an emphasis on arbitration.

Starting from 2016, Taiwan launched an ambitious program to promote offshore wind power as a major energy source and aimed to be the most attractive offshore wind market in Asia. As stated in the plan promulgated by the Taiwanese government, it is expected that over 700 turbines will be installed in the Taiwan Strait by 2025, which will bring Taiwan’s overall capacity to 5.5GW.

The largescale project will obviously be highly relying on financing. As non-resource project financing is still new to Taiwanese, we would like to introduce the concept of project financing, and how it is being adopted in the offshore wind industry. We would also like to discuss the dispute resolution mechanism adopted in the project financing contracts.




Welcome Remarks/ Speaker from Taichung Bar Association


Prospects and Challenges of Offshore Wind Power Arbitration in Taiwan




Introduction to Project Financing of Offshore Wind Power and Related Dispute Resolution Mechanism

Helena Chen

Convenor, CIArb East Asia Branch Taiwan Chapter

Partner and Chief Representative of China Offices, Pinsent Masons LLP

Chair of Mainland China Affairs Committee, Chinese Arbitration Association

Peng Kwang Chen

Partner of Formosa Transnational Attorneys-at-Law

Janice C. H. Lin

Partner of Tsar & Tsai Law Firm

Dora Huang

Legal Counsel, CI Wind Power Development Taiwan Co., Ltd.

Shu-Hey Wu

Principle Engineer & Lawyer, CECI Engineering Consultants, Inc., Taiwan


Taichung Bar Association

32F, No. 218, Sec. 2, Taiwan Blvd., Taichung City (臺中市台灣大道二段218號32樓)

Travel info Participants are responsible for making their own travel arrangements and hotel reservations.

For further information, please contact:

Ms. Vera He

Executive Assistant