2019-08-18
http://w3.windfair.net/wind-energy/news/32215-japan-offshore-wind-area-council-ocean-meti-mlit-wind-farm-consultation-government-jwpa

Japan Publishes Preferred Areas for Offshore Wind

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Japan has published 11 areas which could be suitable for the development of offshore wind farms

Official Press Release JWPA:

Japanese government announced 11 offshore wind power promoting sea area

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Japanese government announced 11 offshore wind power promoting sea area

Japanese METI and MLIT revealed offshore wind power promoting sea area on 30 July 2019.

They selected 11 areas from 5 prefectures. And, they ordered to start organizing councils at 4 areas among them. This is the 1st step for development at general common sea area. The auctions are to take place at these 4 areas in near future. 4 advanced sea areas, starting council organization: Noshiro (Mitane and Oga), in Akita pref. Yurihonjo (north and south), in Akita pref. Choshi, in Tokyo pref. Goto (floating), in Nagasaki pref. 7 promotion sea areas: Nihon sea (north), in Aomori pref. Nihon sea (south), in Aomori pref. Mutsu bay, in Aomori... ... More: Official Press Release JWPA

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Japan, offshore, wind, area, council, ocean, METI, MLIT, wind farm, consultation, government, JWPA







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