Japan

Scottish tidal turbine generates first power in Japan

Simec Atlantis Energy Ltd. has announced that its Scottish built tidal turbine and generation equipment have been successfully installed in the Goto Island chain in Japan.
Japan

Japan suffers power outages after 7.3 Fukushima quake

A powerful magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck late Saturday 13 February 2021, off the coast of Tohoku, leaving at least 100 people injured.
MoU signing

JERA and PETRONAS partner on decarbonisation efforts

The MoU specifies that JERA and PETRONAS will promote the use of LNG in Asian countries and establish supply chains for ammonia and hydrogen fuels.
coal power plant

Japan’s largest power generator to close inefficient coal plants by 2030

Japan’s biggest power generator JERA has committed to shutting down all inefficient coal-fired power plants in Japan by 2030.
solar project

Investments needed in forecasting data to expand Japan’s solar market

Solar firms must build profitable solar portfolios to maintain market momentum and sustain the appetite of investors.
offshore wind

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.
wind power projects

New consortium formed to develop offshore wind power projects in Japan

JERA, J-Power, and Equinor ASA have formed a consortium to jointly develop offshore wind power projects in Japan.
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding

Mitsubishi Shipbuilding to pilot world’s first marine carbon-capture system

Mitsubishi Shipbuilding, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha and Nippon Kaiji Kyokai to pilot the world's first marine-based carbon-capture system.
fuel cell vehicles

Tokyo’s new hydrogen station to accelerate uptake of fuel cell vehicles

JERA, has partnered with ENEOS Corporation to launch a new hydrogen station in Tokyo to accelerate the uptake of fuel cell vehicles.
Japan renewables

Japan will overshoot 2030 renewables target says Wood Mackenzie

Over $100 billion of investment in wind and solar power plants are expected to push the renewable energy share to 27% of Japan’s generation mix by 2030, exceeding the country’s target, according to research firm Wood Mackenzie.

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