Japan offshore wind set for fast-track expansion
Offshore wind, which offers the advantage of scale over other renewable sources, will help bridge a power generation capacity gap that has emerged as Japan struggles to restart its nuclear reactors. But the local supply chain may not be ready in time to support new projects expected to be tendered out this year
WoodMac projects Japan’s offshore wind capacity will expand 62-fold to four gigawatts in 2028
You may also be interested in...
Japanese shipping lines are building up capabilities to support a national offshore wind drive
Firm breaks new ground with the deals, one of which will use proprietary design from a subsidiary
CSIC (Tianjin) Offshore Windpower Engineering was set up in June 2017 to seek opportunities in this fast-growing industry
If content does not display, please refresh your browser.
Not a subscriber?
Find out about tailored subscription packages:
T: +44 (0) 20 3377 3792
Request a Demo Getting a demo tailored to your needs is the best way to see how our solutions will help you gain an advantage.