juwi Shizen Energy wraps up work on 54-MWp solar park in Japan

Solar Park Japan. Image by Shizen Energy (www.shizenenergy.net)

June 7 (Renewables Now) - Tokyo-based renewables contractor juwi Shizen Energy Inc announced on Monday that it has handed over a 53.9-MWp/39.9-MW (AC) solar photovoltaic (PV) farm it worked on in Japan's Tochigi prefecture.

The company built the Pacifico Energy Sano Mega-solar Power Plant on a former golf course in Sano City, and commissioned it in May 2022 after some 19 months of construction.

The solar project was developed by Japan-based renewables developer and investor Pacifico Energy KK.

Shizen Energy expects Pacifico's PV park to generate almost 62 GWh per year.

With the latest completed project, juwi Shizen Energy has so far built 479.4 MW DC of solar farms in Japan. At present, the company is building 244.1 MW DC of projects, among them the 100-MW DC Azuma Kofuji 1 and the 121-MW DC Pacifico Energy Sanda solar plants.

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