Head-quartered in Bremen, Germany, wpd is a global developer and operator of on- and offshore wind farms with more than 2,200 employees active in 21 countries. Over the last 20 years the company has realised more than 2.200 wind generators with a total capacity of 4,450 MW. wpd’s global project pipeline has a volume exceeding 8,725 MW of onshore and 7,250 MW of offshore wind projects. The Taiwanese market plays a key role in wpd’s growth strategy.
EGCO Group is the first independent power producer in Thailand, established in 1992 by Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT). EGCO Group is greatly determined to conducting business based on the principle of sustainable development. Group has 28 commercially operating power plants and 3 power projects under construction. These power plants and projects are located in 7countries across the Asia-Pacific region. EGCO Group’s power plants use various fuel sources, including natural gas, LNG, coal, biomass, solar power, wind power, thermal power and fuel cells.
Sojitz Group is a large Japanese investment and trading company listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Sojitz Group consists of approximately 400 subsidiaries and affiliates located in Japan and throughout the world, developing wide-ranging general trading company operations in a multitude of countries and regions.
Founded in 1951 and headquartered in Hiroshima, Japan, its business area is about 32,000 square kilometers, and its population is about 7.4 million. It has long-term supply of high-quality and stable power and has contributed a lot to the development of the region.
Founded on September 29, 1944 and headquartered in Hiroshima, Japan, it provides a wide range of comprehensive facility engineering services in Japan and Southeast Asia, including power, air conditioning, pipeline engineering and renewable energy.
Established in 1888, it is Japan's largest refining and distributor. It operates 11 refineries throughout Japan and has a 50% market rate for petroleum products. Its operations span the world, including the import and export of natural gas and coal, the manufacture and sale of petrochemical and lubricant products, and the supply of domestic electricity, natural gas and hydrogen.
Shikoku Electric Power Company, Incorporated in 1951, is one of the ten major electric utility companies in Japan, with 4,409 employees as of March 2020, and generation capacity of 5,435MW, mainly focusing on the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity to customers throughout the Shikoku region.