JFE to build 26MW of PV in Japan

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JFE Engineering has tapped Hanwha Q Cells to supply panels for its latest PV project in Japan.

Japanese EPC provider JFE Engineering has started building a 26.2MW PV project on a former golf course north of Tokyo.

Hanwha Q Cells will supply roughly 105,000 modules for the plant, a JFE Engineering spokesperson tells Recharge, without disclosing the terms of the deal.

Nagano-based health-food provider Sunny Health will operate the project in Sukagawa, Fukushima prefecture, after it is completed in March 2015.

Tokyo-based JFE Engineering has become increasingly active in the Japanese solar market over the past year.

Last August, it secured an order to build roughly 21.7MW of utility-scale solar on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido.

And in June, it revealed plans to help power facility specialist Kyudenko Log in to read complete article.

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