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820 kWp :

Yusui, Kagoshima, Japan

October 2014

Conergy Japan K. K., a leader in providing solar power solutions and services has completed an 820 kWp solar power project for customer K-Energy in Yusui, Kagoshima Prefecture. For the on-ground construction, Conergy worked with local partner Taihei Construction. Work on the site commenced in July 2014. The system was completed and connected to the grid in October 2014.

The Yusui solar installation is the second project of Conergy in Japan and will generate about 963 MWh of power and save 470 tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually. Approximately 3216 solar modules have been used in the ground-mounted installation.

Hideyuki Otaka, President of Conergy Japan says “ I am pleased that we have received this order for a solar power project in Yusui, Kagoshima Prefecture. This is our second solar power generation project in Japan. With our Japanese track record and global experience, I believe that the market has been receptive to the quality of our work and performance. We plan to expand our business in Japan in the future and contribute to the spread of solar power generation in the country.“

Conergy, one of the world’s largest downstream solar companies, has a track record of more than 20 years in the planning, design, construction and operation of solar power plants and has over 780 MW installed in total. The company works on solar power generation projects around the world and currently has offices in 8 countries worldwide, including Japan.

Yusui, Kagoshima, Japan

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Project Highlights

  • Project Type

    Solar Farms

  • Location

    Yusui, Kagoshima, Japan

  • Date

    October 2014

  • Installed Capacity

    820 kWp

  • MWh produced annually

    963 MWh annually

  • Modules

    3,216 Conergy PE crystalline modules

  • Inverters

    3 central inverters

  • Mounting System

    Sigma II

  • Size of Plant

    9,586 square meters

  • CO2 emissions saved

    470 tons/year

  • Project Region