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Ichigo Eco Energy to Install 2.8MW Solar Plant in Mie

2016/10/18 11:54
Kenji Kaneko, Nikkei BP CleanTech Institute
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A mega solar plant that Ichigo Eco Energy built in Okinawa Prefecture (source: Nikkei BP)

Ichigo Eco Energy Co Ltd and the government of Tsu City, Mie Prefecture, Japan, announced that they have concluded an agreement on a mega (large-scale) solar project.

For the project, Ichigo Eco Energy, which is affiliated with Ichigo Inc, will rent a former waste disposal site owned by the city.

The construction of the solar power plant will begin in April 2017, and 10,728 solar panels (total output: 2.8MW) will be set up. The plant will transmit 1.998MW of electricity to a power grid.