Kyocera has declared that its subsidiary Kyocera Solar will offer 30 MW of solar modules, up to 135,000 units, for a northern prefecture of Hokkaido, Japan-based utility-scale solar power plant. Yonden Engineering will design and build this project.
Eurus Energy Group's subsidiary responsible for renewable energy generation business will operate the project. The construction plans is expected to begin next month, followed by its operations in March 2014. The solar power plant will deliver a corresponding amount of annual power for up to 9,600 typical households which will eliminate 11,000 tons of CO2, annually.
Kyocera is a developer and provider of high-quality products and known for its consistent supply capabilities, in addition to its system engineering & construction expertise that promotes it to achieve a massive position in the Japanese market for installing large-scale, solar power for both public and industrial applications.
The July launch of a new feed-in tariff (FIT) in Japan has paved way for the entry of large-scale solar projects within the country. The domestic solar market has been estimated to witness two-fold increase than the previous fiscal year. Focused on preventing climate fluctuation, Kyocera provides high-quality and more convenient products for the expanding solar market.
Since its 1975 establishment of R&D of solar energy, Kyocera has made strong efforts to promote the quality and durability of its solar products. Kyocera's solar modules have been validated and recognized by various third-party organizations and own several titles and honors to their credit.