Vector Cuatro celebrates 5 years growing in Japan
Vector Cuatro Japan celebrated yesterday, Wednesday 23rd May, its 5th anniversary party, along with clients and colleagues from the renewable energy industry. This is another milestone for Vector Cuatro, a company in continuous growth.
The event, which took place in the prestigious Gajoen Hotel in central Tokyo, gathered investors, banks, developers, IPPs, EPC companies, as well as other service providers, so the full life-cycle of a project was represented in the party.
Vector Cuatro representatives performed the traditional Japanese ceremony “Kagami Biraki”, consisting in breaking the lid of a barrel of sake, Japanese rice wine, as a symbol of harmony and good fortune. Following the Japanese customs, after opening the barrel of sake, all the guests were served sake in a wooden cup, which had the Vector Cuatro logo on it and the guests could take home as a commemorative present.
The event closed with a remark by Vector Cuatro Japan Country Manager, expressing his appreciation for the attendance and support received during the last 5 years.
Vector Cuatro entered the renewable energy markets in Japan first in 2013. Since then, the Nippon delegation has grown up positioning itself as a key reference in the local renewable industry with an international client portfolio to which the most active banks and Japanese companies. Currently, Vector Cuatro provides asset management services in Japan for more than 148 MW and has provided support in transactions, feasibility studies, technical due diligences and consulting services in the country that total more than 4 GW.
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