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    Eurus Energy: Opening Ceremony Held for Eurus Kamikatsu-Kamiyama Wind Farm


    August 12, 2022 - Contify Energy News

     

      The opening ceremony for Eurus Kamikatsu-Kamiyama Wind Farm, which Eurus Group has been constructing in Tokushima Prefecture, in the vicinity of Kamikatsu Town, Katsuura District to near Kamiyama Town, Myozai District, was held in Kamikatsu Town on August 10th. The ceremony was attended by approximately 70 local officials and construction participants, including Tokushima Prefecture Governor Kamon Iizumi, who prayed for the safe operation of the wind farm.

      Key Highlights:

      * This wind farm consists of 15 Enercon wind turbines, each with an output of 2.3MW, installed along a ridgeline with an altitude of approximately 900 to 1,000m.

      * With an installed capacity of 34.5 MW, it is the largest wind farm in Shikoku Region and is Eurus Energy Group’s second wind farm in Tokushima prefecture.

      Original Press Release:

      Aug. 12 -- Eurus Energy issued the following news release:

      - Shikoku Region’s Largest Wind Farm Commences Commercial Operation

      The opening ceremony for Eurus Kamikatsu-Kamiyama Wind Farm, which Eurus Group has been constructing in Tokushima Prefecture, in the vicinity of Kamikatsu Town, Katsuura District to near Kamiyama Town, Myozai District, was held in Kamikatsu Town on August 10th. The ceremony was attended by approximately 70 local officials and construction participants, including Tokushima Prefecture Governor Kamon Iizumi, who prayed for the safe operation of the wind farm.

      This wind farm consists of 15 Enercon wind turbines, each with an output of 2.3MW, installed along a ridgeline with an altitude of approximately 900 to 1,000m. With an installed capacity of 34.5 MW, it is the largest wind farm in Shikoku Region and is Eurus Energy Group’s second wind farm in Tokushima prefecture.

      This wind farm has already been in commercial operation since July 10th this year, and is expected to supply electric power equivalent to the amount used by approximately 20,000 households, reducing CO2 emissions by approximately 31,000 tons per year.

      All electricity generated will be sold to Shikoku Electric Power Company, Incorporated.

      In Tokushima Prefecture, which is promoting its “Promotion Strategy for Renewable Energy Prefecture Tokushima,” Eurus Energy Group intends to fulfill our corporate philosophy goals of "Helping to Preserve the Global Environment by Disseminating and Expanding Clean Energy Technologies” and also developing with the local community to supply environmentally friendly energy.

      Disclaimer: Table can be viewed at: (https://www.eurus-energy.com/en/news/news-project/45437/)

      About us

      Eurus Energy Group has been engaged in the renewable energy generation business globally for more than 30 years, since the establishment of its wind power generation business in the United States in 1987.

      Wind power generation requires a long-term business strategy, from the initial site evaluations and wind measurement surveys to the construction, and also including the operations and maintenance through the lifespan of projects. Eurus is a company that is consistently engaged in the three phases of the business: project development, construction, and long-term operation of power plants.

      Eurus’ capability as a global business is made possible and supported by a joint-venture between Toyota Tsusho, a Japanese “sogo shosha” (general trading company), and Tokyo Electric Power Company.

      Toyota Tsusho, via its worldwide commercial relationship network, and Tokyo Electric Power Company, via its historical experience with power plant construction and operation technologies, both apply their respective advantages to support Eurus’ global efforts and pursuit of success.

      Source: Eurus Energy

      [Category: Energy, New Renewable Energy, Business Expansion]

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