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The University of Tokyo said it has developed a method of using finely powdered quicklime to remove sulphur compounds from the gas emissions at coal burning power plants. The new method is said to achieve the same results as conventional wet FGD methods in a shorter time while eliminating the need to process waste water.

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Japan Gas Turbine, an ABB-Kawasaki Heavy Industries joint venture, has won an equipment supply order for a 400 MW gas fired combined cycle power plant in Japan. Kawasaki Steel Corp. will own and operate the plant at Chiba, 50 km east of Tokyo. The plant will consist of an ABB power island with one GT26 gas turbine, a steam turbine and a heat recovery boiler.

Cogeneration in Japan’s plans post-Fukushima

Japan is considering greater use of cogeneration as part of an overall shift to renewable energy following Fukushima in 2011.

Cogeneration in Japan’s plans post-Fukushima

Japan is considering greater use of cogeneration as part of an overall shift to renewable energy following Fukushima in 2011.

Japan’s big bet on hydrogen energy

Japan is backing hydrogen energy as a means of ending the country's energy security crisis since Fukushima.

A New Dawn for Japan’s Power Sector

Since the 2011 earthquake that destroyed the Fukushima nuclear complex, Japan's energy industry has been in crisis. We explore how the sector is responding to the challenges.

Election a blow to Japan’s nuclear restart plan

A planned restart of Japan's Kashiwazaki-Kariwa nuclear power plant, the world's largest, could be off the table after Sunday's surprise election of an anti-nuclear governor in Niigata prefecture.

ABB and Hitachi respond to Japan’s digitization needs

ABB and Hitachi have announced a collaboration to advance Japan's electricity balancing market system, allowing for market transactions in an increasingly digital environment.

Japan’s experience highlights complexities of energy reform

Of all the investment opportunities presented by reforming energy markets, those on offer in Japan are the most significant in the world right now, writes EY's Matthew Rennie.

Japan’s new power sources ” to include CHP?

It's not often that the decentralized energy spotlight is shone into Japan, yet, with the â€Ëœfallout' from the March 2011 earthquake, tsunami and destruction of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant still in the air, there is a good deal of interest in how the country will realign its energy and electricity policies.

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