NEW CONSORTIUM FORMED TO DEVELOP OFFSHORE WIND POWER PROJECTS

J-Power, JERA and Equinor have developed, constructed, and operated large-scale power generation projects around the world for a long time...

Offshore Wind Power
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Electric Power Development Co., Ltd. (J-Power), JERA Co., Inc. (JERA) and Equinor ASA (Equinor) have formed a consortium to jointly evaluate and work towards submitting a bid for offshore wind power projects in Akita Prefecture off Noshiro City, Mitane Town, Oga City and off Yurihonjo City. Going forward, the consortium will work towards bidding for the Projects based on the “Act on Promoting the Utilization of Sea Areas for the Development of Marine Renewable Energy Power Generation Facilities.”

J-Power is the second largest wind power producer in Japan with approx.530MW of the net wind power generation capacity. J-Power has been operating onshore wind power generation projects in Nikaho city and Yurihonjo city, Akita Prefecture for long years. Regarding offshore wind projects, it has expertise in the development, construction, operation, and decommissioning of offshore wind power demo-project off Kita-Kyushu City and it was successfully awarded the Kitakyushu Hibikinada offshore wind power project through the auction. JERA supports sustainable deployment of ocean-based renewable energy as a sole member from Japan of Ocean Renewable Energy Action Coalition, which is formed by global companies and organizations who lead offshore wind power industries, and as it aims to become a global leader in renewable energy, it is driving the development of large-scale offshore wind power projects in the world. Equinoris is the world’s leading floating offshore wind developer and has a firm ambition of becoming a global offshore wind major.

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