Kyocera Plans to Construct a 430MW PV Power Project with Four Companies

Kyocera issued a statement that it plans to develop a 430MW solar power project on a Japanese island, Ukujima (Sasebo City, Nagasaki), with other four companies under a newly signed basic agreement. Kyocera Corporation , Photovolt Development Partners GmbH, Kyude.. more

KYOCERA’s PV Business Shows Positive Quarterly and Annual Results

KYOCERA Corp. has released its financial results for both 1Q14 and fiscal year 2013. Driven by domestic demand to PV products and systems, annual and quarterly revenues both increased. In KYOCERA’s financial report, the Applied Ceramics division, whic.. more

KYOCERA Invests in Solar Projects Valued at $38 Million with U.S. Light Energy

Kyocera unveils its plan to invest in a tax equity partnership for the development of solar PV projects valued at $38 million in New York state, leveraging the 30% federal energy investment tax credit. As part of the investment, Kyocera has also entered into an agreement w.. more

KYOCERA's Solar-Powered Recharging Station for Electric Vehicles Installed at SHINTEC HOZUMI for Disaster Prevention

Kyocera Communication Systems Co., Ltd. (KCCS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kyocera Corporation, has installed a “Solar Cycle Station for EV” at the headquarters of Shintec Hozumi Co., Ltd. in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. Based on a development pl.. more

Shintec Hozumi Uses PV-Charged Battery for EVs as a Solution for Emergency

Shintec Hozumi, a Japanese automotive manufacturer, works with Kyocera Communication Systems Co. Ltd. (KCCS) to tranform its renewable energy application project and BCP (business continuity planning) by developing an EV battery which can be charged by PV syste.. more

Kyocera to Focus on Higher PV Cell Efficiency and Mass Produce Multi-Si Cell with the World’s Highest Conversion Efficiency

  High-efficient PV cell/module is always one of PV EXPO’s attractions. The Japanese market welcomes high efficient PV products because of increasing demands from residential markets and wider acceptance of h.. more

Kyocera Solar Modules Pass TÜV Rheinland’s Salt Mist Corrosion Test

Kyocera announced today that its entire product line of solar modules has passed the Salt Mist Corrosion Test administered by TÜV Rheinland in Tempe, Arizona. This demonstrates that Kyocera’s modules maintain performance even under very severe environmenta.. more


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