Chubu Electric Unit to Build Biomass Plant in Central Japan
March 9, 2015
(Bloomberg) — A Chubu Electric Power Co. unit will build a
biomass power station in central Japan.
The plant, in Mie prefecture, will start running in June
2016, Chubu Plant Service Co. said in a statement Monday.
The station will have about 7 megawatts of capacity and
will use woody biomass as fuel, according to the statement.
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