Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis met with the officers of one of many largest power generation firms’ JERA’, which has invested in the Indian renewables power manufacturing house in 2016, and welcomed the company to as soon as once more invest in Maharashtra.
Devendra Fadnavis met JERA’s Senior Management officers: Yuichiro Kato, Executive Officer, Head of the Low Carbon Fuel Value Chain Division, Toshihiro Oki, Executive Officer, Head of Renewable Energy Business Group and Tsuyoshi Oyama – General Manager, Head of Hydrogen and Ammonia Upstream Business Unit.
The officers briefed Devendra Fadnavis about JERA enterprise in Japan and globally.
“JERA was created through the consolidation of the fuel and thermal power departments of the Tokyo Electric Power Company and the Chubu Electric Power Company. They have total assets of JPY 8.7 trillion / USD 60 bn. They are one of the largest power generators in Japan with installed capacity of more than 70 GW. They invested in the Indian renewables power production space in 2016 and continue to be a partner,” Devendra Fadnavis wrote on X.
🕡5.30 pm JST | 🕒 2 pm IST
24-8-2023 📍Tokyo, Japan
💡We welcome one of many world’s largest power generation firms ‘JERA’ to Maharashtra !
Had an excellent assembly with JERA’s Senior Management officers in Tokyo, this night; Mr. Yuichiro Kato, Executive Officer, Head of… pic.twitter.com/2zkxFzgVeH
— Devendra Fadnavis (@Dev_Fadnavis) August 24, 2023
The company officers expressed their “strong desire to explore investment and partnership” with the Government of Maharastra in areas of Green Hydrogen and Ammonia, Renewable Energy and LNG.
“This is in line with their vision to be Zero CO2 Emissions by 2050,” he added.
Senior Government of Maharashtra officers made a presentation on inexperienced hydrogen coverage for the state of Maharashtra.
“Maharastra is the first state to come up with a revolutionary green hydrogen policy which has captured the attention of many companies,” famous Devendra Fadnavis.
He additionally mentioned that JERA’s funding curiosity in India “further aids Maharashtra’s and eventually India’s target to be Net Zero by 2070.”
(with inputs from ANI)