Sonnedix purchases 4.9 MW of operating PV in Japan

Solar park in Japan. Source: Sonnedix (www.sonnedix.com).

November 20 (Renewables Now) - Independent solar power producer Sonnedix Power Holdings Ltd said today that it has acquired, through Sonnedix Japan KK, two Japanese solar plants with a combined capacity of 4.9 MW.

One of the two facilities has a capacity of 2.4 MW and is located in Kyoto, while the other is of 2.5-MW capacity and is located in Saitama prefecture. Both parks began commercial operation earlier this year, Sonnedix said.

This move follows the company's purchase of a 13.7-MW PV project in Hirono and a 26.5-MW solar project in Yamadamachi, Iwate prefecture, earlier in the year.

Currently, Sonnedix's has 236 MW of combined PV capacity under construction in Japan, most of which estimated to be online in the next 12 months.

In all, the company holds over 500 MW of capacity in Japan, it noted.

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