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GE, Pacifico Energy to build 2nd joint solar project in Japan
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Pacifico Energy Building 42MW Solar Plant in Okayama

2014/12/15 18:55 Kenji Kaneko, Nikkei BP CleanTech Institute An image of the completed "Mimasaka Musashi Mega Solar Project" (source: Pacifico Energy) GE Energy Financial Services of the General Electric group announced Dec 10, 2014, ... Tech-On!, 4 days ago
GE, Pacifico Energy to build 2nd joint solar project in Japan Today's Energy Solutions, 4 days ago
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Lawyers seek to nullify lower house poll

Jiji Press OKAYAMA (Jiji Press) — A group of lawyers filed a suit on Monday seeking to nullify Sunday's election results for House of Representatives single-seat constituencies in Okayama Prefecture. Filing the suit with the Okayama branch of ...
 The Japan News4 days ago Lawsuits filed to nullify election results over vote-weight disparities  Japan Times4 days ago
India Today

'Govt must involve youth in policy making'

Participants of UNESCO ESD Youth Conference in a group photo with UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova (in red coat) in Okayama, Japan, in November 2014. Vivek Trivedi is a social development officer in the Chandigarh Municipal Corporation. Last ...
 India Today1 week ago Ms. Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO, will participate in UNESCO World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)  Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan1 month ago
PRWeb

Kidney organ regeneration research leaps forward

Researchers at Okayama University Graduate School of Medicine and Kyorin University School of Medicine have successfully generated a kidney-like structure from just a single cell. Researchers at Okayama University Graduate School of Medicine and ...
 PRWeb2 weeks ago
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Daily Times

Toyo Engineering : Japan's largest solar plant breaks ground

A 231-megawatt solar power plant breaks ground on Friday in Okayama prefecture, western Japan , which is expected to be Japan's largest solar power plant by the time the construction is finished. The plant, located in a disused salt pan is ...
 4 Traders1 month ago Japan's largest solar plant breaks ground  Daily Times1 month ago Japan's largest solar power plant breaks ground  Individual.com1 month ago Ground Breaking Ceremony Takes Place for Japan's Largest-scale Solar Plant  Tech-On!1 month ago
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Top court tells Okayama politicians to show receipts

Jiji Press The Supreme Court has ordered that Okayama Prefecture's assembly members submit as evidence in a lawsuit all receipts related to their expenses for political research activities, including those exempted under a local ordinance. The ...
 The Japan News1 month ago Supreme Court orders Okayama assembly members to submit all research receipts  Japan Times1 month ago Top court rightly seeks transparency of assembly members expenditures  The Japan News1 month ago

GLP, CPPIB developing second logistics facility in Okayama, aim $2.1bn in AUM

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 Nikkei Real Estate Market Report1 month ago

Ryujiro Ueda and 20 Other Amazing Long-Range Golazos

It is three years to the day since Fagiano Okayama defender Ryujiro Ueda found the back of the net with an outrageous header from inside his own half, with the goal later being measured at a whopping 58 metres. And to celebrate the Japanese's ...
 Austin American Statesman1 month ago
Arrhythmia Watch

Japanese Study Demonstrates Safety, Efficacy of Hypothermal Pharyngeal Cooling for Cardiac Arrest Patients

—Researchers at Okayama University in collaboration with several medical centers in Japan have demonstrated the safety and efficacy of a hypothermal treatment pharyngeal cooling for cardiac arrest patients. Cooling the brain is known to ...
 Diagnostic & Invasive Cardiology1 week ago Cooling the pharynx could be a good approach to cooling the brain, according to researchers at Okayama University who set out to determine whether pharyngeal cooling could be administered effectively, and what adverse side effects might occur.1  Arrhythmia Watch1 month ago Ensuring a Cool Recovery From Cardiac Arrest  PRWeb1 month ago
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Regulación Eólica con Vehículos Eléctricos

JXNOE Kurashiki Oil-Fuelled Thermal Power Plant Okayama Prefecture - Construction Project Profile

Synopsis The "JXNOE Kurashiki Oil-Fuelled Thermal Power Plant Okayama Prefecture" contains information on the scope of the project including project overview and location. The profile also details project ownership and funding, gives a full ...
 MarketResearch.com1 month ago TOYO ENGINEERING : Construction of megasolar power plant begins in west Japan  4 Traders1 month ago Construction of 230 MW solar power plant begins in west Japan  Regulación Eólica con Vehículos Eléctricos1 month ago Construction of "megasolar" power plant begins in west Japan  China.org.cn1 month ago
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