Chubu Electric Power

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Saturday, October 3, 2015

Chubu Electric Power is a Japanese company whose main business area is power generation and sales in its domestic market.

The firm also has overseas units focused on the areas of investment and consulting in sectors such as generation and energy efficiency.

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In Mexico, for example, Chubu Electric Power is involved in an independent power producer (IPP) gas thermal power project, according to a company presentation.

In Mexico in 2006, a 525MW natural gas combined-cycle thermal power plant, a joint project of Chubu and Mitsui, began operations in Yucatán.

In Japan, Chubu Electric Power has 12,254km of transmission lines, 132,916 km of distribution lines and 34GW of installed capacity from nuclear, thermal, hydropower, wind and solar plants.

Established in 1951, Chubu Electric Power has overseas offices in London, Washington and Doha.

*According to the company's corporate profile its primary business activities include the following:

- "Electric utility and related enterprises"

- "Gas supply and thermal storage brokerage"

- "On-site energy business"

- "Overseas consulting and investment"

- "Real estate management service"

- "IT business"

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