Kitsuki Solar PV Power Plant in South Western Japan with Hanwha Q CELLS Modules

Q Cells solar power project in Japan
Q Cells solar power project in Japan

Kitsuki Solar PV Power Plant in South Western Japan – ( Solar Thermal Magazine)

Hanwha Q CELLS Japan has completed and grid connection their  24 MW “Hanwha Solar Power Kitsuki” PV power plant in Kitsuki, Oita prefecture in south-western Japan.

The ground-mounted power plant consists of nearly 100,000 high quality Q.PRO-G3 solar panels and will generate an estimated 24,000 MWh of clean energy per year which is enough to power more than 7,000 local households.

Q Cells solar power project in Japan

Q Cells solar power project in Japan

Hanwha Q CELLS Japan has succeeded in installing the nearly 100,000 Q CELLS photovoltaic modules on a 300,000m² site using a construction method for mountain slopes by utilizing geographical features.

The Oita prefecture is a leading region in Japan that actively promotes renewable energy from solar photo-voltaic power systems.

Four views of the Hanwa Q Cells solar pv project in Japan

Four views of the Hanwa Q Cells solar pv project in Japan

The company has developed the project and will act as an independent power producer (IPP).

The 24 MW PV power plant starts operations as the third IPP project by Hanwha Q CELLS Japan, following the :

  1. Awanishi Solar Hills Power Plant (2MW; operational since July 2013)
  2. Awa City, Tokushima prefecture
  3. Hanwha Solar Power of Kushiro Plant (0.8MW; operational since 2014; Kushiro City, Hokkaido).

In addition to these three projects, Hanwha Q CELLS Japan currently has two more IPP projects under construction:

  1. Kushiro City, Hokkaido (about 1.2 MW) and Awa City,
  2. Tokushima prefecture (about 3 MW).

Hanwha Q CELLS Japan aims to develop power plants that are capable of producing more than 100 MW annually. The company further aims to contribute to the development of solar energy in Japan, not only by selling photovoltaic modules and systems, but also by supplying safe electric power permanently.

“We are very glad to provide the area with clean energy,” said Jongseo Kim, Managing Director of Hanwha Q CELLS Japan.

The Oita project strengthens our footprint as an independent power producer in the attractive Japanese market and underlines Hanwha Q CELLS international position as a provider of reliable and high quality power plant solutions.

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About Gordon Smith
Gordon's expertise in the area of industrial energy efficiency and alternative energy. He is an experienced electrical engineer with a Masters degree in Alternative Energy technology. He is the co-founder of several renewable energy media sites including Solar Thermal Magazine.

Kitsuki Solar PV Power Plant in South Western Japan with Hanwha Q CELLS Modules

Q Cells solar power project in Japan
Q Cells solar power project in Japan

Kitsuki Solar PV Power Plant in South Western Japan – ( Solar Thermal Magazine)

Hanwha Q CELLS Japan has completed and grid connection their  24 MW “Hanwha Solar Power Kitsuki” PV power plant in Kitsuki, Oita prefecture in south-western Japan. (more…)

About Gordon Smith
Gordon's expertise in the area of industrial energy efficiency and alternative energy. He is an experienced electrical engineer with a Masters degree in Alternative Energy technology. He is the co-founder of several renewable energy media sites including Solar Thermal Magazine.

Kitsuki Solar PV Power Plant in South Western Japan with Hanwha Q CELLS Modules

Kitsuki Solar PV Power Plant in South Western Japan – ( Solar Thermal Magazine)

Hanwha Q CELLS Japan has completed and grid connection their  24 MW “Hanwha Solar Power Kitsuki” PV power plant in Kitsuki, Oita prefecture in south-western Japan. (more…)

About Gordon Smith
Gordon's expertise in the area of industrial energy efficiency and alternative energy. He is an experienced electrical engineer with a Masters degree in Alternative Energy technology. He is the co-founder of several renewable energy media sites including Solar Thermal Magazine.