Total Solar launches construction of the Miyako Solar Park in Japan

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Total’s 25-megawatt-peak photovoltaic solar park in Miyako, in Iwate province of Japan is expected to start up in 2018 and l provide clean and reliable electricity to over 8,000 households.

Total Solar has launched construction of its second solar power plant in Japan. Total’s 25-megawatt-peak photovoltaic solar park in Miyako, in Iwate province of Japan is expected to start up in 2018 and l provide clean and reliable electricity to over 8,000 households.

The solar market offers significant growth potential. Following the start-up of the Nanao solar plant in March this year, the Miyako Solar Park will further contribute to the diversification of Japan’s energy mix,”  said Julien Pouget, Senior Vice-President Renewables at Total.

The plant is designed to fully meet Japan’s stringent earthquake-resistant building standards said the company in a statement. The facility will be equipped with over 76,000 high-efficiency SunPower solar panels, providing maximum performance. The plant will be connected to the electricity distribution grid to supply energy through the regional utility company.

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