As of 18 January, IHC IQIP Japan has moved to its new office location in Tokyo. The Japanese local office of IQIP was established in early 2020 to provide excellent support to the Offshore Wind and Coastal & Civil markets in Japan. To accommodate its rapidly growing team, IQIP Japan moved to a much larger office central of Tokyo. The local team focuses on service, sales and projects and cooperates with local companies that create offshore wind value chains, contributing to the growing Offshore Wind market in Japan.
Supplying equipment for the first large-scale offshore wind farm in JapanSince the establishment, IQIP Japan team has been working hard to expand its activities in the region and with success: It was recently announced that IQIP will deliver equipment for the installation of wind turbine foundations for the first ever large-scale offshore wind farm in Japan; the Akita-Noshiro Offshore Wind project. In total 33 monopiles will be installed, of which 13 will be installed near the Akita port, and 20 near the Noshiro port. The construction will start first half of 2021 and the project is expected to begin commercial operations in 2022, supplying wind power to approximately 130,000 homes.
General manager of IQIP Japan, Sebastiaan Kiemel is proud of his team: “As we are in the middle of the first auction round, we are very excited to see our equipment operational in the Offshore Wind market soon. The Japanese Offshore Wind market is unique and cannot be compared to any other market. We setup a strong local team to support our clients in the best way. We are very eager to support local stakeholders and enable safe and efficient wind turbine installation projects.”.
For all your inquiries feel free to contact our local team through the contact details below.
New address of IHC IQIP Japan:
IHC IQIP Japan K.K.
5F Kishimoto Bldg.
2-2-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo 100-0005, Japan
T +81 3 4545 2177
Photo: Kishimoto Building Source: Wikipedia
IHC IQIP moves to new office location to accommodate expanding teamDownload