The recent Japan Wind Energy Expo confirmed that Senvion is well positioned to supply the growing demand for clean energy in the region.
The key message coming out of the recent Wind Energy Expo in Tokyo was clear, Japan is ready to realise its enormous wind energy potential both on and offshore.
Expanding operations in Japan is a priority for Senvion, and senior executives from the company participated in Japan's fourth Wind Energy Expo held in Tokyo in early March.
The 3-day event was well attended with a projected 80,000 visitors.
The Senvion stand showcased the company's MM and 3XM onshore technology, and provided a useful meeting place to connect with current and prospective clients.
Paulo Fernando Soares, Executive Vice President Global Sales and Marketing presented on Senvion's Strategies & Future Outlook on Wind Power Generation as part of the Future Perspectives of Wind Power Business by Global Top Manufacturers speaker session.
Chris Judd, CEO of Senvion Australia, said:
"Senvion’s priority focus is on the markets around the world that have effective incentives and stable policy environments. Japan is a very exciting market for us, with significant growth potential. We are confident that our high quality and reliable technology can play an important role in the country’s wind energy future.”
Jason Beer, Senvion Australia’s Head of Projects and Service said:
“We can see a solid pipeline of wind farm projects emerging in Japan. Senvion is well positioned with technology and solutions that are perfectly suited to the Japanese market.”
Senvion has been active in the Japanese market since 2003, and now has 68 Senvion turbines across 16 wind farms. Senvion Australia is responsible for Senvion’s presence in the region.