The grave concerns over energy security and global warming have been increasing the worldwide attention upon renewable energies.
Eurus Energy Holdings as a group company of Toyota Tsusho Corporation, and its group is actively pursuing wind power generation projects in Japan, USA and Europe to meet the social needs for energy supply and reduction of environmental burdens. Eurus Energy Group also expanded operations into Egypt in the African continent, Australia in the southern hemisphere and Uruguay in South America.
By dint of abundant experience and know-how acquired over many years, Eurus Energy Group have actively pursued the photovoltaic power generation business since 2008. In South Korea and the USA, Eurus Energy Group are engaged in developing the mega solar business. As for our activities in Japan, Eurus Energy Group was involved in operation of the largest domestic mega solar plant.
In addition, we are expanding into South America and Chile, we are operating over 100 projects in 15 countries and regions around the world, including wind and solar power.
We are also taking on the challenge of expanding the renewable energy power generation business to a new business domain that can respond to social in order to realize a next "sustainable society."
Eurus Energy Group will steadily perform its duties and responsibilities in line with its corporate philosophy of "Helping preserve the Earth's healthy environment through the promotion and expansion of clean energy." At the same time, Eurus Energy Group will continue endeavoring by all means to be appreciated highly by our stakeholders as an entity to set great store by the growth in harmony with the only one Earth, social credibility, good communication with local communities, and efforts to maintain and improve the mutual trust with the local people.
In passing, "Eurus" put on our corporate name means the God of East Wind appearing in the Greek mythology.
To make our efforts rewarding and successful, your support is highly solicited.
President and CEO Hideyuki Inazumi