JAG Energy to build 13 MW solar plant in Japan

28. October 2013 | Industry & Suppliers, Global PV markets, Markets & Trends | By:  Edgar Meza

The facility, which will be equipped with Toshiba panels, will supply Tokyo Electric Power Co.

Tokyo, Japan

The new plant, built in Kanagawa prefecture, will supply electricity to Tokyo.

JAG Energy Co., a unit of Japan Asia Group Ltd., is set to construct a 13 MW solar power plant in Kanagawa prefecture, south of Tokyo.

The company will start building the facility February and is expected to complete work on the project by March 2015, Bloomberg reported on Monday.

Tokyo Electric Power Co. has agreed to buy electricity generated by the plant. Toshiba Corp. will supply solar panels for the project.

The Tokyo-based Japan Asia Group did not disclosed financial details about the project.

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James Wimberley

Monday, 28.10.2013 18:56

This was too good to be true. Bloomberg says it's 13MW not GW.

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