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Tamagawa Holdings Fires Up 2.4MW Solar Plant in Ibaraki

2017/05/17 08:20
Shinichi Kato, Nikkei BP Intelligence Group, CleanTech Institute
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The plant with an output of about 2.4MW (source: Tamagawa Holdings)

Tamagawa Holdings Co Ltd announced April 3, 2017, that a solar power plant with an output of about 2.4MW has started to sell electricity in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan.

The plant was built on about 40,354m2 of land in Kamo, Kasumigaura City, Ibaraki Prefecture. For the plant, Ash Co Ltd (Taito-ku, Tokyo) provided engineering and construction services, and Canadian Solar Inc supplied solar panels.

In the first fiscal year, the plant is expected to generate about 2,900,000kWh of electricity, and, with an FIT tariff of ¥36/kWh (excluding tax), the expected sales is about ¥150 million (approx US$964,896).