Juwi Shizen completes 12-MW solar plant in Miyagi

LS Miyagi Matsushima Power Plant. Image by Shizen Energy (www.shizenenergy.net)

October 12 (Renewables Now) - Tokyo-based juwi Shizen Energy Inc announced today it has completed the EPC works and started the commercial generation of a 12-MW photovoltaic (PV) plant in Miyagi prefecture.

The capacity of the facility in direct current (DC) is 14.2 MWp.

Located in Matsushima city, the LS Miyagi Matsushima Power Plant covers an area of 360,000 sq m (3,875,007.75 sq ft). The firm expects the PV park to generate almost 18 million kWh per year, enough to meet the consumption of about 5,700 local homes.

Trina Solar Japan Energy Co Ltd was responsible for the construction management and is in charge of the operation and maintenance (O&M) of the park.

LS Miyagi was commissioned by Green Mega Solar LLC, a special purpose company (SPC) wholly owned by Japanese Takara Leben Co Ltd (TYO:8897).

At present, juwi Shizen Energy is building plants with 426 MW of combined peak output, including the 100-MWp Azuma Kofuji 1 and the 121-MWp Pacifico Energy Sanda solar plants.

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