JERA’s goal is to achieve net zero CO2 emissions globally by 2050.
JERA’s low-carbon solutions are being spearheaded and implemented largely in the US. These solutions are integral to reaching JERA’s commitment to decarbonize its 70 GW of thermal generation in Japan and the US.
US Footprint Today
Own 4,000 MW of natural gas plants, primarily in NE-ISO, NY-ISO and PJM electricity markets-enough to power more than 3.2 million homes
Clean Energy Developer
Developing new renewable energy facilities such as 300 MW El Sauz Wind project in Texas; announced plans for Gulf Coast clean ammonia project
Innovative Asset Manager
Asset managers and part owners of the Linden Cogeneration plant that is using up to 40% CO2-free hydrogen mixed with natural gas to reduce CO2 emissions
Clean Energy Technologies
Joint investors in Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies, a hydrogen storage and transportation company that is a game changer for decarbonized fuels