Sharp To Build ‘Mega Solar Power Generation’ Centers in Japan

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Plans are being made between Sharp, Kansai Electric Power Co and Sakai City to construct 10MW-class solar power generation plants on the waterfront in Sakai City, Japan.

The news follows reports just last week of Japan’s Zero Emission House, exhibiting Japan’s skillful innovation and development in green technology.

There are two plants scheduled for construction. The first will be built on an industrial waste dump and will output 10MW (10,000kW).

The second will have a maximum output of 18MW (18,000kW) and will be installed on roofs of factories in the area.

Sharp will manufacture the Si solar modules for the plants in its new solar cell plant which will ready for production in March 2010.

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