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Japan Seeks to Boost Offshore Wind Power

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The Yomiuri newspaper reported on Tuesday that:
-Japan's government will submit legislation early next month to boost the use of offshore wind power
-Bill to allow operators to use sites for 30 years, from 3-5 years now
-Japan has high potential for offshore wind as it is surrounded by ocean

(Reporting by Aaron Sheldrick)

Feb 23, 2018



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