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Vector Cuatro Japan moves to new office in Tokyo

Por Leticia Fontan 1 October 2015 0

The Firm, leader in investment, management and engineering in the Renewable Energy Industry has moved to a brand new office in Tokyo with the aim of providing improved services to projects in Japan, after its branch establishment in 2012.

Vector Cuatro entered the Japan´s renewable energy market first in 2012 as a Technical Advisor and providing support in transaction services for solar PV plants. Since then, the Nippon delegation has grown up rendering feasibility studies, technical due diligence and consulting services in more than 2GW. Additionally, Vector Cuatro contributed with its professional experience in the provision of engineering design services in a project of 40MW in Gunma Prefecture. At the moment, the local team is rendering its services in the construction of eight solar PV plants in the prefectures of Oita, Ibaraki, Kagoshima and Ishikawa.

With the aim of providing an improved service to projects in Japan as well as continuing to strengthen its presence in the country, the company has moved to a new office located in Shinjuku district. The local team is formed by Japanese and Spanish natives, who aim in their daily work to always offer the best advice in management, investment and engineering to their clients. Thus, Vector Cuatro has positioned itself as a key reference in the renewable industry with an international client portfolio to which belong the most active banks and companies in Japan.

Vector Cuatro is a Spanish company headquartered in Madrid which counts more than 100 employees, has been dedicated to the renewable energy industry for 10 years and currently has solar PV assets of more than 950 MW under management. At the moment, the Firm is present in more than 20 countries worldwide and has a global track record of 15 GW throughout the entire value chain of the projects.

In September 2014, the company was incorporated into the Italian Falck Renewables Group (FKR.MI), a leading player in the European renewable energy industry and listed at the Milan Stock Exchange. The integration of the two companies, combining as it does distinctive and complementary geographic and technological coverage, is expected to enhance overall capabilities, permitting further expansion into new technologies and new services.

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