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    Friday, February 26, 2016

    JAPAN WANTS OCEAN ENERGY

    Why Nagasaki believes it can become the gateway for ocean energy in Asia

    Madelaine Cuff, 24 February 2016 (Business Green)

    “…[The coastal city of Nagasaki, the capital of the Nagasaki Prefecture, wants to be] Asia's premier hub for marine energy engineering…[It may be] the location for a new tidal and floating wind energy test site in Japan, thanks to its large natural harbour and existing expertise in ship building…[That] could establish Nagasaki as a ‘gateway’ for the Asian market for European marine energy developers, and help diversify the local economy away from shipbuilding, an industry which is struggling to compete against the stiff competition from nearby China and South Korea…[Japan’s] plan is to build a new test centre, similar to the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney, which would help bring marine energy to scale in Asian waters and provide real-world data for the Japanese government on which to base subsidy support for ocean energy technologies…[A]n Asian outpost for the nascent marine energy industry may be just the thing for European developers wrestling with domestic governments wary of spiralling costs. It may be that Nagasaki will soon becomes famous as a pioneer of clean energy…” click here for more

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