September 26, 2016

Offshore Wind Farms Installed Soon in Japan Sea, while Geothermal, Biomass Rise in Akita

Offshore Wind Farms Installed Soon in Japan Sea, while Geothermal, Biomass Rise in Akita
Projects are underway to construct offshore wind farms at three sites off the coast of Akita Prefecture, northern Japan. Wind power has been expanding on land, too, while a number of projects to dev...
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