The Chinese solar PV manufacturer supplied 168,240 of its CS6P-255P modules to the Takataya Hibiki solar power plant, located in the Fukuoka prefecture.
Takataya Co. Ltd is the independent power producer, while JGC Corporation provided its EPC services. Commercial operations are expected to begin on the 42.9 MW plant this August.
Shawn Qu, Canadian Solar chairman and CEO of Canadian Solar commented, "We believe strongly in the plant's economic and environmental benefits, especially in reducing the carbon footprint in the country."
No further details were released.
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