Japanese transportation company Mie Kotsu Group announced last week it will add a total of 1.6 MW of solar power capacity at three offices in Mie prefecture.
In all, the company is investing JPY 670 million (USD 6.1m/EUR 5.4m) in these photovoltaic (PV) arrays.
The plan is to install the PV arrays on the parking lots of three company offices. One of them, a 457-kW rooftop system, is already generating power after being deployed on a bus shelter.
More details on the facilities are available in the table below.
(JPY 100 = USD 0.909/EUR 0.811)
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