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Introduction Video

Why “GPSS”?

GPSS is our name, and our vision.
We strive to produce safe energy.
Energy that comes from the renewable resources
we have around us,
energy that does not rely on imports.
The sustainable society we envision - it starts here.
*Grid Parity = an equilibrium in the electricity network

TRACK
RECORD

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Our Projects

* Data as of June, 2020,
including projects scheduled to be completed by 2022.
Hokkaido
63MW
Tohoku
41MW
Kanto
39MW
Chubu
15MW
Kinki
7MW
Chugoku
6MW
Shikoku
10MW
Kyushu-Okinawa
27MW
  • In Development
    500MW
  • Completed
    208MW
  • Owned by GPSS
    138MW

Global Impact

2018 2019 Growth
Annual Electricity Sales 17,700MWh 35,400MWh +100%
Annual Power Generation 20,000MWh 40,000MWh +100%
Annual CO2 Emissions Avoided 10,250t 20,500t +100%
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    -20,500t

    CO2 CO2 Emissions Avoided (from 2018): Annual equivalent of taking 6,000 vehicles off the road

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    +60,000MWh

    Power Generation (from 2018): Annual equivalent of powering 13,000 households

CERTIFICATION

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GPSS; a certified GRESB 5-star company

Mission-driven and investor-led, GRESB is the environmental, social and governance (ESG) benchmark for real assets and infrastructure.

MEMBERSHIP

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    GPSS is a premium sponsor of the Japan Sustainable Investment Forum (JSIF). JSIF is actively promoting and developing sustainable investments (SRI and ESG investments, etc.) that are actively carried out in Europe and the United States.
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    GPSS joined Long Term Infrastructure Investors Association (LTIIA). Their vision is to facilitate and promote private investment in infrastructure which enables long-term, sustainable development of communities, countries and regions.
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    The Nikkei ESG Management Forum is a membership organization whose three pillars are: ESG-related “disclosure," “data gathering," and “data analysis."
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    The "Guardian Forest Project Public Interest Incorporated Foundation" is modeled after the "Guardian Forest" which saved people's lives in the Great East Japan Earthquake and the Great Hanshin Earthquake, and prepared a regional green infrastructure to coexist with nature. We are engaged in forest-building activities to protect the community and livelihoods from disasters. For more information, please visit the Guardian Forest Project website.