JinkoSolar, a global player in the photovoltaic (PV) industry, announced that it will supply 38.4 MW of PV modules to Fuji Electric Co., Ltd., for use in a solar power plant in Tomakomai, on the southern Japanese island of Hokkaido.
Under the terms of the agreement, JinkoSolar will deliver its high efficiency solar modules from July to November in 2017 for a solar power plant in Hokkaido. This project includes a 10MWh sophisticated energy storage system, which will help adjust to variable load. This power plant is expected to be connected to the grid in 2018 and will enjoy a feed-in tariff (FIT) rate of ¥40 /kWh. This solar plant is funded via Tokumei Kumiai investments by Japanese institutional investors, Aquila Capital from Germany and Green Power Development Corporation of Japan. GI capital management provides Asset Management services to act the solar plant.
“We are glad to work with Fuji Electric for this interesting project in Hokkaido,” commented Mr. Gener Miao, Vice President Global Sales and Marketing of JinkoSolar. “We will continue to provide high-quality PV products that our partners can rely on, and devote our efforts to the green energy development in Japan. We look forward to collaborating with Fuji Electric on future projects.”
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This post was prepared by Solar Thermal Magazine staff.