2017-04-28

Kyocera Breaks Ground on 92MW PV Power Plant in Japan

Kyocera Corporation, K.K. GAIA POWER, Kyudenko Corporation and Tokyo Century Corporation announced that Kanoya Osaki Solar Hills LLC, a solar power operating company jointly established by the four companies, has launched cons.. more
2017-04-19

ISE Group, Total and SunPower Start Up the Nanao Solar Power Plant in Japan

ISE Group, Total and SunPower have started up a 27-megawatt-peak photovoltaic power plant in Nanao on Japan's Honshu Island. Completed one year after the beginning of construction, the plant will generate clean and reliable electricity.. more
2017-04-17

Toshiba's Autonomous Off-grid Hydrogen Energy System H2One™ Now Providing Power at JR Station in Japan

In emergencies, the H2One™ will provide uninterrupted, off-grid energy supply to light part of the station concourse and its lavatories. At other times, the system produces hydrogen and generates electricity, lowering consumption of mains el.. more
2017-03-28

GSSG Solar to Expand PV Investment in Japan

GSSG Solar, LLC (GSSG) is pleased to announce over $120 million of additional commitments to the firm's investments in Japanese solar projects. Through this increased capacity, GSSG will invest in the acquisition and financing of.. more
2017-03-27

Pursuit for Perfection in Design of iPV Tracker Helps BIG SUN Capture a 5.5MW Contract in Japan

BIG SUN Group, the Taiwan-based premier provider of solar energy solutions, has successfully established a presence in Japan during its campaign to introduce its latest innovations worldwide. Currently, BIG SUN is fulfilling a 5.5MW contract for a project loca.. more
2017-03-23

BIG SUN Proves iPV Tracker Generates 44% More Power than Traditional Systems in Japan

Penetrating the Japanese solar market can be a difficult task for overseas companies, especially for the downstream sector that requires localized services. However, Taiwanese company BIG SUN Group has achieved this with its solar tracking system -- iPV Tracker. .. more
2017-03-22

Japan Reduces FiT Rates for PV Systems, Down to 21 Yen per kWh

Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) has released the new Feed-in Tariffs (FiT) scheme for renewable energy resources for fiscal year 2017. The FiT rates for solar PV systems will be reduced as planned with a .. more

 

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