Solar Frontier and Japan Asia Group in 100MW alliance

Japan’s Solar Frontier agrees with solar project developer Japan Asia Group (JAG) to supply its thin film solar modules and its own expertise on at least 100MW of domestic projects.

“Solar Frontier plans to provide products and services including consultation on project planning, CIS solar modules supply, and sourcing of balance-of-systems equipment for JAG on projects it is handling that total over 100MW currently working on, which is enough to power 30,000 Japanese households,” the company says in a statement.

Solar Frontier, a subsidiary of oil company Showa Shell Sekiyu, develops and manufactures CIS (denoting copper, indium, selenium) thin-film solar modules for customers around the world.

It is not disclosing which projects it will be working on in partnership with JAG, Log in to read complete article.

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