SOLAR POWERSolar Power Business

ABOUT SOLAR POWERAbout Solar Power

Solar power accounted for about 90% of all renewable energy generation equipment installed from April 2012 to May 2013. Recently, we have seen a greater number of non-residential solar power systems such as industrial use and public facilities being installed. One of the advantages of using solar power systems is that there is no need to secure a new site for them as they can be installed in any region, at any unused section of a home such as a roof or a wall.

Our company provides support for the design, installation, and maintenance of all types of solar power stations, from low voltage to high voltage. We also aid with all other parts of the process, including acting as an agent in filing applications with supervisory ministries/agencies and power companies, thus enabling a smoother adoption and operation of solar power stations. Through solar power, we can achieve an economical and environmentally friendly way of living.

Renewable EnergyMaking Renewable Energy More Accessible

Over the years, the usage of solar power equipment has become more prevalent and the majority of these facilities are operated using a national system called feed-in tariffs (FIT). This system was established by the Japanese government through a law called the “The Act on Special Measures concerning the Procurement of Renewable Electric Energy by Operators of Electric Utilities". Under this system, electric companies are obligated to purchase electricity generated through renewable energy (solar, wind, hydro, geothermal and biomass-generated electricity) at a fixed price, for a fixed time.

Recently, people are becoming concerned about the declining rate of the unit price for electricity sales established by the government. However, the rapid rise in the installation of solar power equipment and technological advances (higher efficiency) have made adoption costs throughout the industry to also decrease. In the FIT system, the government's Procurement Price Calculation Committee determines the unit price for electricity sales through a discussion with experts, market surveys, and forecasts of equipment installation costs for the next fiscal year. Hence, the investment yield can be predicted up to a certain extent through the use of the system.

SERVICEServices

We provide a wide range of services such as integrated planning, proposal, design, installation, after-sale follow-up, and repair to support the adoption of solar power businesses. Moreover, we are also engaged in the comprehensive management of the entire adoption process from financing to securing land.

The most attractive point of solar power is that it produces no CO2 emissions during power generation, thus producing safe, clean energy that is environmentally friendly. We hope that you reach out to us when considering entering the solar power business.

WORKSOverview of Our Track Record in the Solar Power Business

  • Ushiku Solar Plant

  • Toyooka Solar Plant

  • Shibayama Solar Plant

  • Irikura Solar Plant

  • Sugo Solar Plant

  • Tsujibara Solar Plant

Ushiku Solar Plant

Location
Inariushiro, Shinchi-machi, Ushiku-shi, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
Power
Capacity
219.6kw
Operation
Date
June 2018
Details
Power Generated :219.60kw
(Qcells 305W×720pieces)
Module Type:Single Crystal Type

Toyooka Solar Plant

Location
Toyooka-machi, Jouso-shi, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
Power
Capacity
247.5kw
Operation
Date
December 2014
Details
Power Generated:274.40kw
(GES 245w×1,120pieces)
Module Type:Single Crystal Type

Shibayama Solar Plant

Location
Shibayama-machi, Sanbu-gun, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
Power
Capacity
2000kw
Operation
Date
November 2017
Details
Power Generated:2,063.04kw
(YINGLI 280w×7,368pieces)
Module Type:Polycrystalline type

Irikura Solar Plant

Location
Irikura, Oita-shi, Oita Prefecture, Japan
Power
Capacity
49.5kw
Operation
Date
June 2016
Details
Power Generated:50.4kw
(YINGLI 225w×224pieces)
Module Type:Polycrystalline type

Sugo Solar Plant

Location
Miemachisugo, Bungoono, Oita Prefecture, Japan
Power
Capacity
49.5kw
Operation
Date
February 2016
Details
Power Generated:50.4kw
(YINGLI 225w×224pieces)
Module Type:Polycrystalline type

Tsujibara Solar Plant

Location
Tsujibara, Oita-shi, Oita Prefecture, Japan
Power
Capacity
49.5kw
Operation
Date
December 2018
Details
Power Generated:50.4kw
(YINGLI 225w×224pieces)
Module Type:Polycrystalline type

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TEL. 03-6811-7417 / FAX. 03-6811-7418