Located in the town of Misaki, at the Tanagawa Multi-purpose Park, the plant is expected to comprise around 47,000 of Mitsubishi and Hyundai Heavy Industries monocrystalline photovoltaic module when complete. 3,900 households are set to benefit from the generated energy.
According to a statement released, a groundbreaking ceremony will be held on October 29, before construction gets underway in November. The plant is scheduled for completion in August 2013, and the electricity will be sold to Kansai Electric Power.
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