Thursday, 12 November 2009

Offshore wind energy project for Japan
09 November 2009

Pavilion Energy Resources, Inc, has announced that it is a 10% equity partner in a joint venture (JV) that has submitted a multi-billion dollar proposal to the Japanese government to develop a wind energy project in multiple locations adjacent to its coastline in the Sea of Japan, Sea of Okhotsk and Pacific Ocean.

The proposal calls for installing at least twenty-five, 10,000MW, wind farms over a twenty-five year period. The turbines incorporated in the JV's proposal are based on the proprietary wind accelerating technology invented by Peter Sterling, Pavilion Energy Resources's President and Chief Executive Officer. These turbines generate 400% more turbine power per dollar of capital than existing technology. This technology makes very-large-scale, offshore, wind energy farms with slower average wind speeds more than economical.