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Japanese authorities have identified 11 sites with the potential for offshore wind development.
Japanese construction contractor Shimizu is planning to build an offshore wind installation vessel capable of working with turbines with power ratings up to 12MW.
French foundation specialist Ideol and Japanese renewable energy developer Shizen Energy plan to develop a commercial-scale floating wind farm off Kyushu, Japan's southernmost island.
Siemens Gamesa has entered Japan's offshore wind sector by being named the preferred supplier for an up-to-455MW project off the north-west coast.
E.on has signed a cooperation agreement with renewables developer Kyuden Mirai Energy to jointly develop offshore wind farms with fixed-bottom foundations in Japanese waters.
Certification body DNV GL has launched a new joint industry project to develop new guidelines for designing offshore wind turbines for markets hit by cyclones and earthquakes.
Hitachi will stop producing its own turbines and instead focus on distributing Enercon machines in Japan and overseas, expanding a 20-year-old collaboration agreement with the German manufacturer.
Ørsted has entered the Japanese offshore wind sector by signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco) to work jointly on offshore wind projects.
JAPAN: Parliament has approved a bill paving the way for development rights in potential offshore wind zones to be auctioned as early as spring 2019, according to the Japanese Wind Power Association (JWPA).
JAPAN: The cabinet has again approved a bill for the promotion of offshore wind after it was not passed before the end of this summer's parliamentary session.