J-POWER Group’s First Updated Wind Power Plant in Japan Begins Commercial Operation
The New Shimamaki Wind Farm, where J-Wind Co., Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Electric Power Development Co., Ltd. (J-POWER) had been updating the plant, completed construction work and began commercial operation.
February 22, 2023. By News Bureau
This power station is the first in the J-POWER Group with updated wind power generation equipment.
With the start of commercial operations of Esashi Wind Farm, J-POWER’s wind power generation business in Japan reached 28 sites (22 in operation, three being updated and three under construction) with a total output of 662,392 kW.
The total equity output of the seven sites in Hokkaido Prefecture in operation or under construction amounts to 154,450 kW.
Based on J-POWER Group’s experience and track record of operating wind power plants throughout Japan, we have been consecutively updating facilities at aging sites.
Going forward, we will continue to strive for the sustainable development and stable operation of wind power generation and other renewable energy projects to achieve carbon neutrality, as stated in the J-POWER BLUE MISSION 2050 in February 2021.
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