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Asia Pacific Companies Team Up on Offshore Wind Project in Japan

Vena Energy Holdings Ltd (Vena Energy), Shikoku Electric Power (Yonden), and Toho Gas have announced the establishment of a consortium for the development of an offshore wind project in Aomori South, Japan. The site was identified by the Japanese Government as a “promising” area for the development of offshore wind projects under the Act on Promoting the Utilization of Sea Areas for the Development of Marin ...

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RENOVA and PTSC signed MOU on Collaboration for Offshore Wind Power Project in Vietnam

On April 25, 2022, RENOVA, Inc. (headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, hereinafter called "RENOVA") and Petro Vietnam Technical Services Corporation (headquartered in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, hereinafter "PTSC") held a signing ceremony for a memorandum of understanding (hereinafter "This MOU") on a collaboration for an offshore wind power project. According to the MOU, RENOVA and PTSC will establish a cooperativ ...

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Toshiba unit to supply 46 onshore wind turbines in Fukushima

With GE-made windmills, farm will be Japan's biggest, providing for 120,000 homes Toshiba Energy Systems and Solutions on Monday announced that it had received an order for 46 wind turbines for an onshore wind farm to be built in the eastern part of Fukushima prefecture. The farm is expected to generate 147,000 kilowatts of electricity, enough to provide for 120,000 households, making it the largest such fa ...

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Mainstream and Aker close deal on Japanese floating wind project

Renewable energy developer Mainstream Renewable Power and Aker Offshore Wind have closed the transaction that will see them take an initial 50% stake in Progression Energy’s 800MW floating offshore wind project in Japan. The project is in early-stage development, with the site having been identified in proximity to good grid connections. The transaction was initially announced in August 2021, and with the c ...

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Power Grids may trip SE Asia renewables drive without government intervention

Flexible transmission infrastructure is an important enabler in getting solar and wind power to work, but it has often been overlooked. Southeast Asia needs to start planning for better grids to bolster its renewables ambition, according to a new report by Black & Veatch. Beyond their green credentials, solar power projects have often been marketed as cheap, modular and quick to install, compared to fos ...

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Doosan Heavy unveil 8MW wind turbine prototype in Korea

Energy solutions provider Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction has announced that it has completed implementation of the 8MW offshore wind turbine prototype at the Korea Wind Power Demonstration Center, which is located in Baeksu, Yeonggwang of South Jeolla Province. The 8MW offshore wind turbine was developed as a collaborative project led by the Korea Institute of Energy Technology Evaluation and Pl ...

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Vietnam to restructure energy sector

Vietnam is determined to restructure its energy sector, said Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Dang Hoang An at the 4th High-Level Meeting of the Vietnam Energy Partnership Group (VEPG) held in Hanoi on January 24. Wind power in Bac Lieu Province. (Photo: SGGP) Gathering more than 150 delegates, the hybrid-format event looked back at achievements and contributions of the VEPG over the past four years of ...

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Sulzer Schmid launches new 3DX™ HP solution with fastest industry turnaround times for multi-GW blade inspections

Sulzer & Schmid Laboratories AG, a Swiss company pioneering UAV technology for wind rotor blade inspections announces the launch of its latest 3DX™ High Productivity (HP) solution specifically designed for high volume inspection campaigns. Thanks to advanced automation and AI-enabled analytics, 3DX™ HP delivers a streamlined single-stop process, making it the most efficient rotor blade ins ...

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Vietnam: 200MW offshore wind energy project secures government backing

In Vietnam, the provincial government of Soc Trang will be providing financial aid to Mainstream Renewable Power and the Phu Cuong Group for the construction of a 200MW offshore wind farm. The entire project is expected to have a total capacity of 1.4GW, enough energy to power 1.6 million households and will avoid the emissions of 1.8 million tonnes of carbon per year, according to Mainstream. Phase 1 of th ...

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Fugro wins two Energinet site investigation contracts for Denmark’s Energy Island

Fugro has secured two geotechnical site investigation contracts with Energinet for Denmark’s proposed Energy Island project. Aglobal first, this purpose-built artificial island will be situated 80 km offshore in the North Sea and act as a hub connecting hundreds of surrounding wind turbines. Fugro will perform the preliminary geotechnical site investigation for the Energy Island and the adjacent offshore wi ...

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