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

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

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

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

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

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

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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