J-Power Begins Building 16MW Wind Power Station in North Japan

(Bloomberg) — Electric Power Development Co., also known
as J-Power, began construction of a 16-megawatt wind power
station in the northern prefecture of Akita.

The plant will start running in February 2017, J-Power said
in a statement on Monday. Enercon GmbH will supply seven 2.3-megawatt turbines for the project.

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