Shin Shinano
137°52′58″E / 36.13722°N 137.88278°E / 36.13722; 137.88278Shin Shinano (新信濃変電所, Shin Shinano Hendensho) is the designation of a back-to-back high-voltage direct curren...
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Chūshi Powerline Crossing
The Chūshi Powerline Crossing is a part of the Chūshi mainline (中四幹線, Chūshi-kansen), a 220 kV powerline in Japan. It has two circuits running over the Inland Sea from Takehara. It was built i...
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HVDC Hokkaido–Honshu
The HVDC Hokkaidō–Honshū or Hokkaidō–Honshū HVDC Link (北海道・本州間電力連系設備, Hokkaidō-Honshū-kan Denryoku Renkei Setsubi), Kitahon HVDC Link (北本連系, Kitahon Renkei) for short, is a 193 kilomet...
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Utara Coal Mine
Utara Coal Mine is a coal mine along the Utara River of Iriomote, Okinawa Prefecture, where mining was in operation between 1935 and 1943. In 2007, it was designated as heritage of industrial moderniz...
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JAMIC
Japan Microgravity Centre (JAMIC) is a site for microgravity experiments at a 710 metres deep abandoned coal mine at Kamisunagawa, Hokkaido. A capsule is dropped from the top to simulate "zero gravity...
Kita-Iwaki powerline
The Kita-Iwaki Powerline is the largest double-circuit powerline for three-phase electric power in the world. Built in 1999, it runs from Minami-Iwaki switch (Tamura, Fukushima) to Higashi-Yamanashi s...
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Amakusa coalfield
The Amakusa coalfield exists of a group of coal mines in the main island of Amakusa, Kumamoto, Japan.
The northern Amakusa coalfield has been discovered under the Kyoho era (between 1716 and 1736)...
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Minami-Fukumitsu
136°54′57″E / 36.496187°N 136.915854°E / 36.496187; 136.915854Minami-Fukumitsu is the name given to an HVDC back-to-back station for the interconnection of the power grids of ...
Kii Channel HVDC system
With a rated power of 1400MW, the Kii Channel HVDC system in Japan is, as of 2012, the highest-capacity high-voltage direct current (HVDC) submarine power cable system in the world to use a single bip...
Iriomote Coal Mine
The Iriomote Coal Mine was a producing coal mine in the northwestern area of Uchibanare and Iriomote Island, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. At its peak, between 120,000 to 130,000 tons of coal were produ...
Higashi-Shimizu Frequency Converter
Higashi-Shimizu Frequency Converter is the third facility in Japan for interconnecting the power grid of Eastern Japan, which is operated with 50 hertz to that of Western Japan, which is operated with...
Higashi-Shimizu Frequency Converter - Wikipedia