Kyushu Electric Power Company, Incorporated engages in the power generation, transmission, distribution, and sales in Japan and internationally. The company operates through Domestic Electric Power, Other Energy Service, ICT Service, and Other segments. It generates electricity from nuclear, thermal, hydroelectric, geothermal, internal combustion, wind, solar, poultry dung fuel, and biomass power energy sources. The company also receipts, stores, vaporizes, delivers, and sells LNG; purchases, operates, charters, and rents LNG carriers; manufactures and sells electric machinery, specialist equipment, concrete poles, HV and LV insulators, and other products; constructs, maintains, and repairs power generation facilities; buys, leases, manages, cleans, and maintains real estate properties; acquires and owns securities; recycles used confidential documents; and offers geothermal technical and air cargo transportation services, as well as housing and building reviews, assessments and guarantees. In addition, it installs, maintains, and manages electrical measurement equipment; and manufactures, installs, and maintains steel structures. Further, the company offers telecommunication devices, and fiber-optic cable and broadband services; elderly nursing home management and nursing, temporary staffing, and job-placement services; information systems; and computer software. Additionally, it is involved in the heat supply activities; environmental preservation work; consultation, planning, investigation, measurement, design, drafting, and care of civil engineering/construction projects; clerical work acceptance on trust and consulting business; data center business; investment activities; Internet website planning, development, and management; planning and operation of e-sports; management of golf courses; subtitle production for broadcasting; and ownership of mining interests and assets. The company was incorporated in 1951 and is headquartered in Fukuoka City, Japan.