Kyocera Installed 21.1MW Photovoltaic System In Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan.

- Jan 29, 2018-

From Tokyo ChengShiLi co., LTD (Tokyo Century Corporation) and joint sponsor kyocera kyocera TCL solar energy company about 21.1 MW photovoltaic power station built in Japan, 11 this month held completion ceremony, has been put into operation.

The plant covers an area of about 900000 ㎡, with 78144 pieces of kyocera photovoltaic modules, is expected to produce about 23 million kWh, equivalent to about 7730 households a year of electricity consumption.

Since its establishment in August 2012, Beijing China TCL solar energy co., ltd. has built 58 photovoltaic power stations in Japan with a total capacity of about 166.9MW, including 5 water photovoltaic power stations.In addition, the 13.7MW large water photovoltaic power station built at yamakura reservoir in chiba prefecture, Japan, is now completed and is expected to be operational by March 2018.

In the future, kyocera will continue to focus on the popularization of renewable resources and make active efforts for the construction of environmental protection and recycling society.