Conergy announces Sale of a 3.75 MW Solar PV Plant in Japan

Conergy provided its full end-to-end solar services to the Sannohe Solar Power and has announced the sale of fully operational 3.75MWp solar power plant. Conergy Japan K.K., the Japanese subsidiary of Conergy, has signed an agreement for the sale of a fully operational 3.75MWp solar plant in Sannohe, Aomori Prefecture. Long regarded as one of […]

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Sungrow Wins 200MW of PV Inverters Deal with Blue Capital Management

The Chinese PV inverter manufacturer major, Sungrow latesly announced that it has inked a deal to supply 200MW of central inverters to Blue Capital Management, Japan. Blue Power has extensive plans to develop a total of 500MW of PV in coming time. The latest utilization of the inverters is expected to be operational in three […]

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Canadian Solar Energizes Two Solar Power Plants in Japan

Canadian Solar commissions two solar power plants totaling 12.7 MW in Japan’s Rokunohe Town and Minano Town. Canadian Solar, one of the world’s largest solar power companies, has announced that it started the commercial operation of two solar power plants, totaling 12.7 MWp in Japan. The two solar PV plants include the 10.2 MWp Aomori […]

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LG CNS bags contract for 55MW Yamaguchi Shin Mine Solar Power Project in Japan

LG CNS has announced that it will construct a 55 Megawatt solar power plant in Shin Mine of Yamaguchi prefecture, Japan. The project amounts to approx. KRW 170 billion in size with the cost of construction and operation combined, and it will last about 18 months with the goal of commencing commercial operation in May […]

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SPI Energy acquires 50% equity interest in two solar projects from Japan-based EastAsia Group

SPI Energy has acquired 50% equity interest in two solar projects currently under construction with combined capacity of 3.98 MW, from Japan-based EastAsia Group Co., Ltd. The Projects are located approximately 50 kilometers east of Tokyo in Chiba Prefecture and each with capacity of 1.99 MW, are currently under construction. The Projects are under certain […]

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Solar Frontier to Launch New Strategic Product SmaCIS In The Japanese Market Soon

Solar Frontier has announced the launch of SmaCIS, a solar power system specifically designed for homes and positioned as a strategic product to serve Japanese domestic residential market that is forecasted for increased solar power demand. The system includes specially developed and uniquely constructed mounts with CIS thin-film solar panels of a size that easily […]

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Simple doping technique can reduce cost of polymer solar cells and organic electronic devices

A simple solution-based electrical doping technique could help reduce the cost of polymer solar cells and organic electronic devices, potentially expanding the applications for these technologies. By enabling production of efficient single-layer solar cells, the new process could help move organic photovoltaics into a new generation of wearable devices and enable small-scale distributed power generation. […]

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Canadian Solar Closes Financing For 55 Megawatt Yamaguchi Shin Mine Solar Power Project in Japan

Canadian Solar Inc. (the “Company”, or “Canadian Solar”) (NASDAQ: CSIQ), one of the world’s largest solar power companies, today announced that it has closed JPY14.9 billion (US$141.5 million) senior and subordinate non-recourse term loan facilities to finance the construction and operation of a 55 MWp solar power plant in the Yamaguchi prefecture, Japan. The facilities […]

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Etrion and Hitachi High-Technologies signs Project Finance Agreement for 13.2 MW Komatsu solar project in Japan

Etrion Corporation, a solar independent power producer, announced today the signing of a project finance agreement with Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, Limited (“SuMi Trust”) for the construction of the 13.2-MW Komatsu solar project located in the Ishikawa Prefecture of Japan. Marco A. Northland, Etrion’s Chief Executive Officer, commented: “I am delighted to announce the signing […]

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