Renewables developer Renova has broken ground on a 21.6 MW (DC) solar plant in central Honshu, Japan.
The PV plant is the first of several large-scale solar parks that the Russian module maker plans to build in the region.
Japanese renewables developer Renova has wrapped up financing for a 21.6 MW solar array it plans to construct in Mie prefecture, near the Japanese city of Nagoya.
The Russian energy company has raised the capacity of the Orsk solar photovoltaic plant in Orenburg region from 25 MW to 40 MW.
Shares of the Japanese renewables developer — which has a solar portfolio of 270 MW — jumped ¥675 ($5.98) to an opening-day closing price of ¥1,425 on the Tokyo Stock Exchange’s (TSE) Mothers board.
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