Solar Frontier, Belectric in EPC plan

Solar Frontier has revealed plans to team up with German PV system-integrator Belectric and Shoseki Engineering & Construction (SEC) to provide comprehensive EPC services for solar projects in Japan.

This month, the three companies started developing a solar plant in southern Japan’s Kagoshima prefecture, Solar Frontier said in a statement, without disclosing further details.

The strategic alliance is “designed to deliver greater value” and cater to Japanese “demand for ‘total solutions” by matching Solar Frontier’s PV modules with Belectric’s know-how in utility-scale solar installation and SEC’s ties with key suppliers in the Japanese market, the Tokyo-based thin-film panel maker said.

Solar Frontier, a subsidiary of Showa Shell Sekiyu, has collaborated on PV projects with Belectric since 2010. In 2012, the two Log in to read complete article.

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