Search results for: Ishikari Bay New Port

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  • 16 February 2023
    Contracts & Tenders, Vessels

    Wind turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa has concluded a time charter contract with Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK Line) for a crew transfer vessel (CTV) for the Ishikari Bay New Port offshore wind project in Japan. The CTV will be owned by NYK and managed by Hokkaido-based Hokuyo Kaiun, an NYK Group company. The vessel will be […]

  • 16 January 2023
    Contracts & Tenders

    Deutsche Windtechnik and Nippon Steel Engineering (NSE) have signed an agreement to jointly offer offshore wind farm operation and maintenance (O&M) services in Japan. With this agreement, NSE and Deutsche Windtechnik will jointly be able to provide competitive and comprehensive O&M services for offshore offshore wind farms in Japan by integrating Deutsche Windtechnik’s O&M technology […]

  • 17 October 2022

    Japan’s Shimizu Corporation has launched and named the 142-metre Self-Elevating Platform (SEP) vessel, Blue Wind, at Japan Marine United Corporation’s JMU Amtech in Aioi City. The jack-up has a total width of 50 metres, a total length of 142 metres, a total tonnage of 28,000t, a maximum lifting capacity of 2,500t for a crane, and […]

  • 20 August 2019
    Wind Farm Update

    Japan’s Green Power Investment Corporation (GPI) and Hokkaido Electric Power Company (HEPCO) have signed an agreement to collaborate on an offshore wind project in Ishikari Bay. GPI is currently developing a 112MW wind farm at Ishikari Bay New Port. The wind farm is located 1.5-3 kilometres off the Ishikari Port on the Sea of Japan side […]

  • 19 August 2022
    R&D, Technology

    Japanese companies Jera, Modec, Toyo Construction, and Farukawa Electric Industry have launched a subsea ground survey in Ishikari Bay, Hokkaido, Japan, as part of a project to develop cost-reducing technology for tension leg platform (TLP) floating offshore wind turbines. The survey was launched in preparation for verification testing of power generation using the TLP floating […]

  • 19 January 2016
    Authorities, Business & Finance, Operations & Maintenance, R&D, Wind Farm Update

    Japan’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organisation (NEDO) will subsidize portions of project costs related to the development of two offshore wind farms with a combined capacity of 270MW. The first project NEDO will back is a 170MW offshore wind farm near the Port of Noshiro, Akita Prefecture, developed by Marubeni Corporation and Obayashi Corporation. The […]

  • 8 March 2021
    Authorities, Business & Finance, Wind Farm Update

    Japanese utility JERA has submitted a Primary Environmental Impact Consideration Document for a new offshore wind project to Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (METI). The project site is located in the waters off the city of Tsugaru and the town of Ajigasawa in Aomori Prefecture, Japan, where JERA plans to install up to […]