Related Links


Kyocera supplies 305 kW of solar power to Mongolia

Kyocera Corporation has installed a total of 305.1 kW of solar power systems to two villages in Mongolia through the World Bank’s Renewable Energy for Rural Access Project.

The World Bank project aims to increase electricity and improve reliability of electricity service through the use of solar energy to help improve the living conditions of the herder population and off-grid village communities.

The solar power systems were supplied and installed by the company’s subsidiary, Kyocera (Tianjin) Sales & Trading Corporation (KTST).

The two solar power systems, 202.5 kW and 102.6 kW, have been installed in the villages of Gobi-Altai and Bayantooroi, respectively, which are both located in the Gobi Desert region of western Mongolia.

The region can see temperatures down to -30°C in the winter and has suffered from volatile power supply.

Share this article

More services


This article is featured in:
Photovoltaics (PV)  •  Solar electricity