Overseas projects

Based on the technology and know-how that we have accumulated in Japan and abroad, we are developing our overseas electricity business centered on IPP projects, mainly in Asia where market growth is high, and also in North America and Europe.
Our goal is to increase our equity ownership in overseas electricity output from our current 1,975 MW (2018) to 2,400 MW in 2021 and then to 5,000 MW in 2030.

Along with IPP projects, we are also actively providing consulting services in overseas markets, which forms an important pillar of our overseas electricity business.

Note: In April 2017, we made an organizational change regarding the management of our overseas projects. International Business Office of Kyushu Electric Power Company engages in overseas strategies and networking, whereas Kyuden International Corporationopens in a new window focuses on overseas IPP investment activities and consulting services.

IPP business

Please refer to the following website of Kyuden International Corporation.

Kyuden International Corporation (opens in a new window)

Consulting

Kyushu Electric Power has cooperated with our group companies as well as our highly specialized partners in order to provide consulting for 68 overseas projects spanning all across the electricity & energy fields in 19 countries and regions.

Starting from April 2017, Kyuden International has inherited the core of the Kyuden Groups' overseas consulting operations. In the future we will continue cooperation with group companies in order to provide stable energy supply & energy/environmental conservation for all countries.

Kyushu Electric Power strengthens overseas consultation by fully applying its technological expertise gained as a utility company over a long period of time in Japan and abroad.
Working together with our group companies and highly-specialized partners, we are currently involved in 74 projects in 20 countries (as of February 28, 2019) and offer consultancy on a broad range of subjects in the fields of electricity and the energy sector in general. For instance, performing research on power development plans, on the construction of powerplants and substations; conducting feasibility studies and various analyses; making recommendations for efficiency and energy saving regarding energy projects. We will actively continue to expand our overseas consultation services with the sincere hope to help achieve a stable power supply, environmental conservation and energy savings in various countries in the world.

Overseas consulting activities

Overseas consulting business as of February 28, 2019
Number of projects 74 in 20 countries
Field of implementation Energy saving, research on power system master plans, off-grid supply on remote islands, coal-fired thermal power plant development, investigation of transmission network development, etc.

International exchanges

Cooperation MOU

Country Company Date concluded
Korea Korea Electric Power Corporation January, 1969
Korea Power Exchange March, 2005
China Sichuan Electric Power Test & Research Institute April, 1991
State Grid Corporation of China * April, 1992
China Huadian Corporation June, 2005
Taiwan Taiwan Power Company April, 2003
Singapore Tuas Power Ltd. October, 2003
Philippines National Power Corporation October, 2000
Thailand Provincial Electricity Authority February, 2000
Vietnam Electricity of Vietnam June, 2001
India National Thermal Power Corporation February, 2007
U.K. Scottish Power Ltd. August, 1993
France Electricite de France October, 1996
Reseau de Transport d'Electricite September, 2002

* Originally the MOU was signed in April 1992 and in May 2012 the MOU was transferred from Shangdong Electric Power Corporation to its parent cooperation State Grid Corporation of China.