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Japan Offshore Wind (3rd Edition):
On 24 June 2020, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (“METI”) and Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (“MLIT”) launched the first offshore wind public auction under the Marine Renewables Energy Act.
The four previously “potential promotion areas” were advanced to promising areas in July 2020, and three more areas were added to “areas at a certain preparatory stage”.
The first meeting of the public private council was convened in July 2020 with a focus to discuss longer-term targets to enhance investments in the offshore wind sector.
Choshi Promotion Area, Noshiro Promotion Area, and Yurihonjo Promotion area have been designated as “Promotion Areas”, and its draft public auction guidelines are expected to be released for public consultation in September 2020.
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29 maio 2020
In this report, we set out a brief overview of the Vietnam wind market, the key legal issues for investors and the challenges that they need to consider when investing in offshore wind in Vietnam.
10 março 2020
This jurisdiction by jurisdiction overview outlines some
of the key regulatory and other challenges and opportunities
in the key markets in Asia Pacific for renewables energy.
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