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Eon enters Japanese offshore wind

The German utility enters a cooperation deal with Japan's Kyuden Mirai Energy regarding offshore wind projects in the island country's waters.

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More and more energy companies have recently announced their interest in entering the Japanese offshore wind market. Now German utility Eon reveals that it has entered a partnership with Kyuden Mirai Energy to develop joint offshore wind projects along the coast of Japan.

Eon informs in a press statement that the cooperation will begin with a joint assessment of where the first project site for development, construction and operations will be located within the Kyushu area, Japan's southernmost island.

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