Work starts on Japan’s 100MW solar plant

By Leila Steed09 April 2021

Energy firm Canadian Solar has started work on its 100MW Azuma Kofuji solar energy project in Japan.

The Ontario-based company, which manufactures solar photovoltaic modules and operates solar projects around the world, said the new solar plant would be one of the largest in the Japan.

Financed by Nomura Capital Investment, the Azuma Kofuji facility will be built north of Tokyo on a 460-acre (1.86sq km2) site in the Fukushima Prefecture, at a cost of around JPY24.5 billion (US$230 million)...Sign in to continue reading.

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