100 MW solar power plant to be built in Japan

The German-Japanese joint venture Juwi Shizen Energy has begun construction of a 100 MW solar power plant in the Japanese city of Fukushima.

Solar station developer Shizen Energy (Japan) and Juwi (Germany) signed an agreement to work together in the fall of 2020. According to the signed agreement, the new power plant, where solar modules will be located on an area of ​​almost 190 hectares, will be put into operation in 2 years. According to the website of the Juwi company, according to the forecasts of the developers, it will generate a record amount of energy annually – more than 100 million kWh.

This is not the first project of a German-Japanese joint venture. Today, under the leadership of the companies, PV modules have been successfully generating more than 300 MW of clean electricity. For example, Juwi Shizen Energy recently commissioned a solar park built on a former golf course. The facility’s capacity was almost 55 MW.