Japan’s Marubeni Corp (TYO:8002) has kicked off business operations on the 54.6-MW Akita Port Offshore Wind Farm off Akita prefecture in Japanese waters, the buying and selling firm stated on Monday.
The wind farm, positioned off Akita Port and Noshiro Port, is a part of a 140-MW advanced that additionally consists of the 84-MW Noshiro Offshore Wind Farm and is now Japan’s first large-scale offshore wind energy advanced. Each crops will function below the nation’s feed-in tariff regime.
The Noshiro wind farm began producing electrical energy in December final 12 months.
The offshore advanced encompasses a whole of 33 generators, an onshore substation, and transmission strains. Japanese utility Tohoku Electrical Energy Community Co Inc is the facility off-taker below a 20-year energy buy settlement (PPA).
Marubeni carried out the JPY-100-billion (USD 768.3m/EUR 708.7m) Akita Port and Noshiro Port schemes by the AOW consortium that additionally consists of Obayashi Corp, Tohoku Electrical Energy Co Inc, Cosmo Eco Energy Co Ltd, Kansai Electrical Energy Co Inc, Chubu Electrical Energy Co Inc, Akita Financial institution Ltd, Ohmori Co Ltd, Sawakigumi Company, Kyowa Oil Co Ltd, Katokensetsu Co Ltd, Kanpu Co Ltd and Sankyo Co Ltd.
(JPY 100 = USD 0.768/EUR 0.709)
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