Our Business

  • RENOVA’s Business

    Many countries around the world are expanding their introduction of renewable energy, with ambitious national targets to promote decarbonization.
    RENOVA aims to contribute to solving social issues on a global scale to the maximum extent possible through a range of renewable energy power generation and operation businesses that harness the rich natural resources of Japan and Asia.
    In response to growing social requirement, we are also engaged in various development efforts that include a non-FIT format, in addition to the existing FIT (Feed-in Tariff) supply format.
    We are also developing new green business schemes that contribute to decarbonization, aiming to achieve sustainable growth.

  • Business Development in Partnership with Local Communities

    For RENOVA, the renewable energy business means more than just building power plants.
    Once completed, a power plant will continue to generate electric power in its local area for at least several decades.
    For this reason, in our business activities, we place great importance not only on natural conditions such as topography and climate, but also on how we can contribute to and coexist with the local community and industry.
    We recognize that successful business development lies in always creating optimal ways of working together, such as contributing to local industries and giving care and consideration to the local natural environment and culture, while communicating with local community residents, including business partners and local government.

  • Multiple Energy Source Initiatives

    RENOVA develops and operates multiple renewable energy power sources in Japan and Asia, including solar, wind, biomass, geothermal and hydro.
    It is very important from the viewpoint to make the best use of existing energy resources in each region. In addition, it enables us to provide more stable power supply by possessing a range of power sources with both fluctuating power output (such as solar and wind power) and stable power output (such as biomass, geothermal and hydro power).