The company started commercial operation of the solar photovoltaic (PV) power plants in the first half of 2017.

The 52.5 MWp of plants include the 47.7 MWp Mashiki plant, the 2.4 MWp Yamagata Asahimachi plant, the 1.3 MWp Shizuoka Tashiro plant and the 1.1 MWp Saitama Shiroishi plant.

The 47.7 MWp Mashiki plant is the largest solar power plant the company has built there. This project brings the company’s total portfolio of projects in operation in Japan to 112.7 MWp.

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