The 26.2 MW Sunny Solar Fukushima Central Plant, one of the biggest solar power plant construction projects in Japan, will be powered with solar modules from Hanwha Q CELLS.
The company entered into a partnership agreement with Sunny Health Co., a fast-growing health food company in Japan being responsible for management of the power plant, and JFE Engineering Corp., a leading global plant constructor, who performs engineering and construction.
Sunny Solar Fukushima Central Plant is being built on the site of a golf course abandoned after the 2011 earthquake. Approximately 105,000 of Q CELLS leading Q.PRO-G3 solar modules will be used in the project, generating 26.2 MWp of clean electricity.
The solar power plant is expected to supply around 8,000 homes in the area with stable power and become a benchmark of successful natural energy generation in Japan. Construction is scheduled for completion in March 2015.
Sunny Solar Fukushima Central Power Plant project outline
Project Name: Sunny Solar Fukushima Central Power Plant
Company: Sunny Health Co.
Design/Construction: JFE Engineering Corp.
Location: Azanagasawa-1, Mujinamori, Sukagawa-shi, Fukushima
Installed capacity: 26.2 MW (Projected 26 million kWh p.a.)
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