New Power Partners expands and relocates in Taipei

We are excited to share that we have expanded our operations in Taipei with a new, and larger office that accommodates our growing team. This is to support the increasing demand for our services and competencies in the growing Taiwanese offshore market.  
Published on May 1, 2023

Our Taiwanese branch has grown considerably since its establishment in 2018. It now comprises more than 29 colleagues, mainly allocated to projects but also Finance, HR, and Business Development. 

As we look ahead, we recognize continued opportunities for expansion in Taiwan, and strengthening our local setup is a clear part of our strategy. Garry Hodson, our Branch Manager, shows confidence when envisioning the future of New Power Partners in Taiwan.  

“In the future, the demand for project management professionals to build Taiwan’s offshore wind farms is expected to be significant. Taiwan has emerged as a key player in the renewable energy sector, particularly in offshore wind power generation. The government has set ambitious targets to develop a substantial offshore wind capacity, which will require extensive project management expertise to ensure successful and efficient implementation. We at New Power Partners have been delivering this support since 2015.”  

To meet these demands, project management professionals will require a combination of technical expertise, leadership skills, stakeholder management capabilities, and a solid understanding of the renewable energy sector. Continued professional development, specialized training, and staying up to date with industry trends and best practices will be essential for project managers in the offshore wind sector in Taiwan.  

Therefore, it is important to have the most professional personnel in place.  

“New Power Partners has been delivering on all of this for eight years. We have an extensive network of highly qualified, experienced, and motivated professionals. New Power Partners will continue to adapt and support the offshore industry in Taiwan”, Garry states.