Kyocera Donates Solar for Reconstruction after Nepal Earthquake

Kyocera Corporation has donated five portable solar power generating systems through the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to support reconstruction efforts in regions of Nepal devastated by the earthquake in April 2015. Kyocera.. more

Utilize Floatovoltaics: The Renewable Energy of the Future

With more people than ever before now aware of the disastrous consequences associated with fossil fuel emissions and the impending impact of severe climate shifts, there is considerable interest to explore renewable, clean energy solutions. Solar po.. more

Kyocera AGAIN to Build Floating PV System, the World’s Largest with 13.7MW Installation

Kyocera TCL Solar, a joint venture formed between Century Tokyo Leasing Corporation and Kyocera Corporation, will again construct floating PV power plant in Japan. The company has started construction of the 13.7MW floating solar powe.. more

KYOCERA Unveils Strategies for Both Domestic and Overseas Markets

Japan PV manufacturer Kyocera expects more than 1.2GW of PV module production for the fiscal year 2015 (2015 April to 2016 March). Nonetheless, the company is accelerating expanding overseas markets to the U.S. and Asia due to domestic demand drop. For the overseas.. more

KYOCERA Installs More EV Charging Stations in Japan

Kyocera Corporation leads Japan’s industry in many aspects – to become more sustainable, its subsidiary Kyocera Communication Systems Co. supplied two solar-powered recharging stations in Kyotango city, Kyoto Prefectur.. more

Sharp, Panasonic, Kyocera Report PV Sale Reduction in the First Half of 2015, Kyocera Turns to HEMS

Sharp, Panasonic, and Kyocera, the three leaders in Japan’s solar PV industry, have all reported sale decline in the financial results for the first half of fiscal year 2015 (April 2015~ March 2016). The sale declines were mainly resulted from the weakened Japanes.. more

Kyocera TCL Solar Commences Operation of a 8.5MW Project in Japan

Kyocera TCL Solar, a special purpose company (joint venture) jointly formed by Kyocera Corporation and Century Tokyo Leasing Corporation, has completed construction of the largest solar power plant on a reclaimed island on Japan’s la.. more


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