Etrion, announced that the last site of the Mito solar PV project in Japan had been connected to the grid.
The 3.2MW (DC) solar-powered highway project encompasses more than 4,300 solar-powered, free-standing streetlights, which are expected to produce 2.8GWh of solar energy per year.
This is OSU’s fourth consecutive victory at the IFA Suzuka Solar Race.
As a result, the government’s projection of solar PV contribution to electricity supplied in 2030 is at 7%.
The Swiss solar plane Solar Impulse which took off Saturday, May 31st, 2015 at 2:39 am local time from Nanjing, China, to cross the Pacific for Hawaii was obliged to make an intermediate landing in japan due to worsening weather conditions.
The solar power plant will cost approximately 35 billion yen ( USD 290 million) and is scheduled to start construction in the second half of Fiscal Year 2016 (October 2015 to March 2016)