Andy Lee

Andy Lee

Managing Consultant of Power & Renewables (Asia Pacific) Wood Mackenzie

Andy Lee is the Managing Consultant of Power & Renewables for Wood Mackenzie’s (Asia Pacific) consulting team (formerly known as MAKE). He focuses on providing in-depth analysis for upcoming consulting projects.
 
Andy’s responsibilities include the analysis and development of various analytical frameworks, methods and models. He has a strong academic background in engineering and has carried out in-depth academic research in mechanical and industrial engineering. Andy has been responsible for leading his team in offshore renewable projects in the APAC region, including projects for multi-players throughout the whole value chain.
 

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Monday 03/08/2020

From 11:50 To 12:30

08/03/2020 11:50 08/03/2020 12:30 Panel Discussion: The Future of Wind Power in Asia: Challenges and Opportunities for the Project Cargo Supply Chain This session will provide an opportunity to collect first-hand information about current and future wind power development strategies, project investment and construction plans.
The panel will address these key questions:
  • What is the impact of COVID-19 on the wind power supply chain, demands and manpower requirements?
  • What is the impact of market policies and supply chain shortages on the construction of wind power projects?
  • How will the availability and capacity of the global logistics supply chain impact wind turbine installation and wind power project construction in China? Will China’s supply chain be self-sufficient in the future? Will it motivate the development of local supply chains in China?
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"Panel Discussion: The Future of Wind Power in Asia: Challenges and Opportunities for the Project Cargo Supply Chain"

Andy Lee
Time and date

Monday 03/08/2020

From 11:50 To 12:30

08/03/2020 11:50 08/03/2020 12:30 Panel Discussion: The Future of Wind Power in Asia: Challenges and Opportunities for the Project Cargo Supply Chain This session will provide an opportunity to collect first-hand information about current and future wind power development strategies, project investment and construction plans.
The panel will address these key questions:
  • What is the impact of COVID-19 on the wind power supply chain, demands and manpower requirements?
  • What is the impact of market policies and supply chain shortages on the construction of wind power projects?
  • How will the availability and capacity of the global logistics supply chain impact wind turbine installation and wind power project construction in China? Will China’s supply chain be self-sufficient in the future? Will it motivate the development of local supply chains in China?
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