Sanko Real Estate, Chiyoda, Solar Frontier collaborate on photovoltaic generation system

TOKYO —

Sanko Real Estate, Chiyoda and Solar Frontier have announced that they will work together on the Ise Futami Mega Solar Hikarinomachi Project to construct a large-scale photovoltaic generation system in Ise-shi, Mie Prefecture.

Solar Frontier will provide the photovoltaic modules and Chiyoda will be responsible for designing and constructing the system for Sanko, the power producer.

Approximately 32,300 photovoltaic modules will be installed, which have an output capacity of 5.2 megawatts to generate 6 million kWh annually.

The project will be constructed on a site of approximately 7 hectares adjacent to a large-scale residential estate being developed by Sanko.

The construction is scheduled to begin later this week and production of solar power will begin in the spring of 2013.

JCN Newswire

  • -4

    basroil

    This project will require over 20 million kWh to just produce the solar cells. And very likely 10-20% of that energy is going to be from nuclear.

  • -3

    jeff198527

    Solar power is a waste of money because it's inefficient. Japan should restart and build more nuclear plants.

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