Japan's Shizen, Kyuden to jointly develop renewables in Southeast Asia

Shizen's PV farm. Image by Shizen (www.shizenenergy.net)

May 16 (Renewables Now) - Japanese renewables developer Shizen Energy Inc said on Friday its subsidiary Shizen International Inc has partnered up with Kyuden International Corp to work together in the renewable energy business with a focus on Southeast Asia.

Through this new capital alliance, the companies plan to expand the renewable energy business by utilising Shizen’s know-how and local networks with Kyuden’s technological and developmental expertise.

With a presence in several Southeast Asian countries, including Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines, Shizen International has a worldwide portfolio of 136.44 MW from rooftop and ground-mount solar as well as wind parks, according to information available on its website.

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