GPSS’s Strengths & Fortes
We aim to create sustainable energy solutions matched to the local environment and the local people. Bringing together landowners, local government and community groups who form the backbone of the local areas, we build partnerships to own and operate sustainable energy generation IPP businesses.
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HigashiIzu Town, Kamo District, Shizuoka Prefecture
Scheduled to start operation in 2023
A project to rebuild the existing wind turbine in HigashiIzu Town with a wind turbine of high-power generation efficiency and preserve the wind turbine that has been popular as a symbol of the town for many years. Currently in talks to verify and realize joint business venture with Higashi Izu Town.
Oshamambe Green Energy Consortium (with Tokyo U. of Science and Tokyo U. of Science Investment Management)
Oshamambe-cho, Yamakoshi-gun, Hokkaido
Continued use from January 2019
GPSS Holdings participates as a member of the Oshamambe Local Agribusiness Joint Venture (hereinafter referred to as the consortium), and contributes to the economic revitalization of Oshamambe Town through the development of solar power, and also within the consortium. In this capacity, GPSS is responsible for the creation of an autonomous and sustainable society as a result of industry-government-academia collaboration, by utilizing renewable energy for a proactive agribusiness.
Matsunoyama Onsen GK / G.S.(joint venture with hot spring operator in Matusnoyama)
Matsunoyama, Himachi City, Niigata Prefecture
‘I love Matsunoyama Iwaizumi and I want to help convey the goodness of the local area. We agreed with the Group’s philosophy of investing in the the geothermal capacity and collaborating with locals in the area; I want to utilize this capacity as a form of business. We aim to make effective use of limited underground resources, including the use of hot spring heat upon power generation, and to create a sustainable community for the purpose of constant monitoring and management of the wells.
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Minakami Ueiwabuchi Hydroelectric Power Generation LLC
Minakami Town, Tone District, Gunma Prefecture
Scheduled to start operation in 2022
By utilizing some of the facilities of the old power plant and also utilizing the agricultural canals owned by the Kamiiwabuchi Irrigation Association, this facility is able to contribute to the region through the utilization of historical facilities.
Based on vast experience and deep insights, GPSS provides a one-stop service from initial contracting, all the way to development, construction and operation. We have our own engineering group that specializes in EPC and operation & maintenance activities. Not only are we involved in construction management of projects, but by also maintaining the actual construction and day-to-day operation of the power plant internally, we are able to deliver safety, security and efficiency at a low cost.