26 Jun '14, 9am

Japan Solar Power Network to add 29 MW of rooftop solar: The Solar Power Network (SPN) Japan has today announc...

Japan Solar Power Network to add 29 MW of rooftop solar 26. June 2014 | Applications & Installations , Global PV markets , Industry & Suppliers , Markets & Trends | By: Ian Clover The Tokyo-based distributed power generation company has partnered with Beisia Corporation to fit 33 buildings with rooftop PV systems totaling 29 MW. The 29 MW project will connect to Japan's grid and also provide emergency power in the wake of natural disasters.NexPower The Solar Power Network (SPN) Japan has today announced a partnership with Beisia Corporation to install 29 MW of rooftop solar PV across 33 buildings in greater Tokyo and the Chuba region of Japan. The Tokyo-based distributed power generation company will design, build and operate the facilities, which will be installed across 33 buildings owned by Beisia. Combined, the systems will add 29 MW of PV capacity to the Japanese elec...

Full article: http://www.pv-magazine.com/news/details/beitrag/japan-sol...

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