Linklaters backs Japanese offshore wind farms

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Linklaters counselled Marubeni Corporation, on its ¥100 billion (US$899 million) plan to build 140MW capacity offshore wind farms at Akita Port and Noshiro Port in northern Japan in the country’s first large-scale commercial offshore wind power project.

The company will set up 33 bottom-fixed offshore wind power generators, and an onshore substation and transmission lines. It has signed a 20-year power purchase agreement with Tohoku Electric Power based on the feed-in tariff system.

The construction of the onshore substation and transmission lines are expected to start in February 2020, and commercial operations are expected to begin in 2022. Noshiro Port will be the base port for operations and maintenance.

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