Nippon Paper Akita power station
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Nippon Paper Akita power station is a proposed 112-megawatt (MW) coal plant in Akita, Japan.
The map below shows the location of the Nippon Paper factory in Akita, where the plant would be built.
In February 2019 Nippon Paper announced that the plant had been cancelled because "the project cannot yield initially expected investment returns."
- Sponsor: Nippon Paper
- Parent Company: Nippon Paper
- Location: Akita city, Akita Prefecture, Japan
- Coordinates: 39.7417,140.058588 (approximate)
- Status: Cancelled
- Capacity: 112 MW
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- Permits and applications: EIA, Dec 12, 2014
Articles and Resources
- “Operation and Construction Plans of Coal-Fired Thermal Plants in Japan,” Kiko Network, 17 October 2014
- "Construction plans for Japan's coal power stations," Reuters, Dec 11, 2014
- Nippon Paper abandons plan for Akita Mill coal-biomass plant, Kikonet, Feb. 28, 2019