Kyocera to supply 30MW of solar modules for Japanese PV project

The company’s modules will be destined for a utility-scale solar plant in Hokkaido.

Following the July start of a new feed-in tariff (FIT) in Japan, large-scale solar power plant projects have been gaining popularity in the country, with estimates that the domestic solar market could double compared with last year.

The Hokkaido project consists of approximately 135,000 units and will be designed and constructed by Yonden Engineering Co., Inc.

It will be operated by Eurus Energy Group’s renewable energy generation business, with construction planned to start in October of this year, and operations to start in March 2014.

It will be located in Shiranuka Town in the northern prefecture of Hokkaido, Japan on a site roughly 625,192 square metres.

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