Hyuga Biomass Power Generation Project is a 50MW biopower project. It is planned in Miyazaki, Japan. The project is currently in permitting stage. It will be developed in single phase. Post completion of the construction, the project is expected to get commissioned in 2024.

Total Capacity (MW)Active Capacity (MW)Pipeline Capacity (MW)Project StatusProject LocationProject Developer50-50PermittingMiyazaki, Japan

Description

Itochu, Osaka Gas and Tokyo Energy & Systems are currently owning the project having ownership stake of 35%, 35% and 5% respectively.

The project cost is expected to be around $208.8m.

Wood by-product will be used as a feedstock to power the project.

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Development Status

Post completion of the construction, the project is expected to get commissioned in 2024.

Contractors Involved

Mitsubishi Power is expected to render EPC services for the biopower project.

Mitsubishi Power will be the steam turbine supplier for the project.

Mitsubishi Power is likely to be the supplier of the steam boiler for the project.

Tokyo Energy & Systems is expected to perform operations and maintenance for the project.

Methodology

All power projects included in this report are drawn from GlobalData’s Power Intelligence Center. The information regarding the project parameters is sourced through secondary information sources such as electric utilities, equipment manufacturers, developers, project proponent’s – news, deals and financial reporting, regulatory body, associations, government planning reports and publications. Wherever needed the information is further validated through primary from various stakeholders across the power value chain and professionals from leading players within the power sector.