Business Overview

Business Overview

Power Generation Business

Applying the knowledge and technical capabilities developed through our domestic operations and leveraging the experience, trust, and networks we have built up through our overseas consulting projects, J-POWER has been actively seeking out and developing commercial power generation projects overseas. As of December 31, 2020, we have 32 facilities in 4 countries, representing a combined generation capacity of 22,040MW (6,626MW net capacity).

J-POWER intends to expand the businesses it has so successfully developed in countries like Thailand and the United States, while actively extending its reach into new markets.

J-POWER's Participation in Overseas Power Generation Projects

(As of December 31, 2020)

Project Name Electricity Generation Source
Thailand (14 projects) Current Status : In operation
Roi-Et Green Biomass (Rice Husk)
Rayong Gas (Combined Cycle)*1
Nong Khae Gas (Combined Cycle)*1
Yala Green Biomass (Parawood)
Kaeng Khoi 2 Gas (Combined Cycle)
KP1 Gas (Combined Cycle)*1
KP2 Gas (Combined Cycle)*1
TLC Gas (Combined Cycle)*1
NNK Gas (Combined Cycle)*1
NLL Gas (Combined Cycle)*1
CRN Gas (Combined Cycle)*1
NK2 Gas (Combined Cycle)*1
Nong Saeng Gas (Combined Cycle)
U-Thai Gas (Combined Cycle)
China (4 projects) Current Status : In operation
Hanjiang (Xihe/Shuhe) Hydroelectric
Gemeng *2 Mainly Coal
Hezhou Coal
U.S.A. (11 projects) Current Status : In operation
Tenaska Frontier Gas (Combined Cycle)
Elwood Energy Gas (Simple Cycle)
Green Country Gas (Combined Cycle)
Birchwood Coal
Pinelawn Gas (Combined Cycle)
Equus Gas (Simple Cycle)
Fluvanna Gas (Combined Cycle)
Edgewood Gas (Simple Cycle)
Shoreham Jet Fuel (Simple Cycle)
Orange Grove Gas (Simple Cycle)
Westmoreland Gas (Combined Cycle)
Other Countries/Region (3 projects) Current Status : In operation
CBK (Philippines) (3 projects) Hydroelectric
Under Construction/Development (6 projects)
Central Java (Indonesia) Coal
Triton Knoll (U.K.) Offshore Wind
Jackson (U.S.A.) Gas (Combined Cycle)
Wharton (U.S.A.) Solar
Refugio (U.S.A.) Solar
Kidston Stage-3 Wind (Australia) Onshore Wind
  1. Co-generation facilities that make use of waste heat resulting from power generation.
  2. Gemeng International Energy Co., Ltd., is an electric power company that owns 14 power generation companies.
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