by Michael Loehr

A joint venture

Working together in the renewable sector

juwi Shizen Energy is a joint venture between Shizen Energy and the Juwi Group

This new venture is headquartered in Tokyo and offers project development, engineering, procurement and construction services, operation and maintenance, and project financing in the field of solar and wind energy.

Shizen Energy Inc. was founded in 2011 and is based in Tokyo. The company staff is very experienced in developing renewable energy plants.

The three founders and representative directors of Shizen Energy (Ken Isono, Kenji Kawado, Masaya Hasegawa) have developed a total of 200 megawatts of wind energy. Shizen Energy develops and operates solar and wind power plants.

The Japanese company has one big mission: “Energy changes the world: promoting renewable energies around the world to create a better world.” Individuals as well as the industry should benefit from renewable energy power plants. Not only the construction of wind and solar parks, but also the reduction of energy consumption is considered important.

Shizen and the juwi group share the same ideas. The German juwi group has one big goal: 100% of renewable energies worldwide. Its mission: to work together to implement renewable energies economically and reliably with passion.

The company is one of the world’s leading specialists for renewable energies and offers project development as well as products for the energy turnaround. juwi was founded in 1996.

Today its headquarters are located in Wörrstadt in the southwest of Germany. In addition, the company is active worldwide with subsidiaries in 15 countries.

So far, juwi has developed around 640 wind turbines with an output of around 1 250MW  and 1 500 solar power plants with a total output of 1 250MW. Combined, these plants produce enough electricity to cover the annual consumption of 1.3 million households, according to German energy consumption levels.

Besides solar and wind energy, juwi is active in the areas of bio energy, hydropower, geothermal energy as well as the sustainable construction of green buildings.

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