Eurus Energy to Build 42MW Wind Power Station in Northern Japan

Eurus Energy Holdings Corp. will build a 42-megawatt wind power station in Japan’s northern prefecture of Akita.

The plant, which will start in April 2018, will use 13 3.2-megawatt wind turbines supplied by Siemens AG, the Tokyo-based wind developer said in a statement Monday.

The company has four operating wind power stations with a combined capacity of 107 megawatts in Akita, according to the statement.

Eurus completed a 20-megawatt wind power station in Victoria, Australia, it said in a separate statement Monday.

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