Japan’s Renova delays start of operation for two biomass plants

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Japanese renewable power firm Renova has postponed the start of commercial operations at two of its biomass power plants, the 74.8MW Tokushima-Tsuda and 75MW Ishinomaki Hibarino, to September from this month, according to a report from Argus Media.
Operation of the Tokushima-Tsuda plant was previously postponed from March to May, due to facility inspections.
It was delayed to this month, and now into September.
The reason for delaying the start of commercial operations at both plants has not been disclosed.
The firm has three more plants that are expected to become operational within the next two years.
The 75MW Sendai Gamo plant is set to start commercial operations in November, the 75MW Omaezakikou plant is intended to launch in December and the 49.9MW Karatsu plant is planned to start up in December 2024.

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