Nunobiki Plateau Wind Farm
The area is known for growing daikon, and farmland is mixed in within the generators. During winter, roads are closed due to large snowfall and there are no permanent residents on the plateau. The station is to be the largest wind generating station in Japan, and has a 68.98 MW output when finished with 33 wind turbines, type Enercon E-70. It generates enough power for approximately 35,000 houses.
- "Japan taps into ocean winds for power - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)". Retrieved 2008-05-07.
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