Grid Connection for Large Tochigi Solar Farm
Friday June 10, 2022. 03:50 AM , from Akihabara News
Akihabara News (Tokyo) — A newly-constructed 54MW solar farm has been connected to the grid in Sano city, Tochigi Prefecture.
The solar farm was built on the former location of a golf course, and was developed by Juwi Shizen Energy, which is joint venture founded in 2013 between the German project developer Juwi and the Japanese renewables firm Shizen Energy.
At 54MW, this is the largest-ever solar project for the joint venture.
With the completion of the Sano plant, Juwi Shizen Energy has installed a total capacity of 479MW in Japan.
Moreover, there are two larger projects underway–a 100MW solar farm in Fukushima Prefecture and a 121MW facility in Hyogo Prefecture.
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