The Yokota Microgrid Project, Schneider is a smart grid project being developed in Yokota air Base, Tokyo, Japan. It is a microgrid project.
The Yokota Microgrid Project, Schneider is currently under construction and will use smart grid technology. The project has a rated capacity of 10MW.
The $167m smart grid project is being installed by Schneider Electric.
The Yokota Microgrid Project, Schneider has the following equipment associated with it:
- – Microgrid
- – Natural Gas Power Supply
Schneider Electric will construct and complete the Yokota Microgrid Project, Schneider.
– Schneider Electric has started construction on a 10-MW microgrid project at a US Air Force base in Japan. – The company is developing the project under a $403 million, 25-year energy savings performance contract that includes $167 million in implementation costs. – The project at the Yokota air base near Tokyo improves the efficiency of more than 450 buildings.
About Schneider Electric
Schneider Electric SE (Schneider Electric) formerly Schneider Electric SA, is an energy management and automation company that develops related technologies and solutions for electricity distribution. Its major products include automation and control products; low voltage products and systems; solar and energy storage; medium voltage distribution and grid automation; and critical power, cooling and racks. The company also offers energy and sustainability services, field and automation, cloud, consulting and training services. Schneider Electric serves various industries, including banking and finance, food and beverage, healthcare, life sciences, marine, metals, minerals and cement, mining, oil and gas, retail, and automotive and mobility among others. The company has presence in Africa, Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, South America and North America. Schneider Electric is headquartered in Rueil-Malmaison, France.
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