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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.

Japan’s Kyusu Electric Power buys into APX

Japan's Kyushu Electric Power Company has invested $10m in United States-based APX, an independent transaction processing agent for wholesale electric power markets.

Work to begin on Japan’s largest PV plant

Eurus Energy is set to begin construction of Japan's largest solar photovoltaic (PV) plant to date.

Japan’s Kansai submits nuclear stress tests results

Kansai Electric Power Company has submitted the results of a stress test conducted on No. 3 reactor at its Oi nuclear power plant in Oicho, Fukui Prefecture, to the Japanese government.

Japan’s IHI makes breakthrough in wind power generation

Japan's Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co. [IHI] is reported to have built equipment which is able to stabilise wind power generator output regardless of wind availability.

GIG and Iberdrola to develop Japan’s offshore wind market

Iberdrola has reached an agreement with Macquarie's Green Investment Group to acquire 100% of the Tokyo-based developer Acacia Renewables.

Japan’s Marubeni wins cogeneration contract in Singapore

Marubeni has won a contract for engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) worth about $220m for stage two of TP Utilities' (TPU) biomass and clean coal cogeneration plant in Singapore.

Japan’s gas consumption rates rise in November

Japan's 10 power firms burned more natural gas in November than a year earlier to generate electricity to make up for a fall in nuclear plant utilisation amid safety concerns in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear crisis, industry data has shown.

Japan’s Obuchi to oversee nuclear restart programme

Japan's first female economy, trade and industry minister, Yuko Obuchi, is set to be a lightning rod for the nation's nuclear debate. 

Mitsui and Toshiba plan Japan’s largest solar plant

Japanese companies, Mitsui Chemicals Inc, Mitsui & Co and Toshiba Corporation have announced plans for the contruction of the country's largest solar plant with a 50 MW output.

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