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Okinawa Electric Power Co Inc - VP Hiroyuki Motonaga To Become President Effective April 1
R&I affirms Okinawa Electric Power's rating at "AA" and says stable outlook -R&I
Okinawa Electric Power completes share repurchase
The Okinawa Electric Power Company, Incorporated is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in electricity business. The Company mainly engaged in power supply, general power transmission and distribution, and retail electricity business in Okinawa. It is also engaged in the construction of civil engineering, construction, electricity, pipe and telecommunications business, the construction and maintenance of electric power equipment, environmental and geological surveys, the sale and construction of air conditioning equipment, sanitary equipment and electric water heaters, the leasing of vehicle and article, non-life insurance agency, the design, construction, operation and sale of computer systems, the sale and leasing of computers and peripheral equipment, the management, sale and leasing of land and buildings, aquaculture, wind power generation, the sale of natural gas, the installation of private power generation systems.
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President, Representative Director
Chief Director of IT Promotion, President of Subsidiary, Director
Vice President, Chief Director of Electric Power Generation, President of Remote Islands Company, Representative Director
Managing Director, Chief Director of Customer
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Two out of Japan's three big power utilities projected a decline in electricity sales in the new business year as new entrants continue to grab market share following liberalization of the 8 trillion yen ($73 billion) retail power market two years ago.
Power sales at Japan's former regional utilities dropped for the sixth straight year in the year through March, as more and more retail accounts have drifted away since the government opened up the market last April. The energy sector has been in flux in the wake of the...
* Big utilities free up power from bilateral contracts for JEPX
Ten months into Japan's power market shake-up aimed at boosting choice and energy security, more than 2.5 million retail electricity users switched to new power providers, data from an agency monitoring use of the national grid shows. More than half of the switches were...
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