bSolar to build 730kW ground-mounted solar project in Japan using bifacial PV cells

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bSolar, through its strategic partner and Japanese distributor TSBM, has won a contract to construct a 730kW ground-mounted solar project in Nasukarasuyama city, Tochigi, Japan. The project is expected to go online in December and will feature bSolar’s disruptive bifacial PV cells.

bSolar also noted that its bifacial cells will be incorporated into several new solar modules by leading manufactures, including aleo solar, asola Solarpower, Solarnova Produktions-und Vertriebs and Solar-Fabrik. “I am pleased at the remarkably fast adoption of our bifacial solar cells in the market. This first project in Japan and the new modules by industry leaders represent a major vote of confidence in bSolar's products and capabilities,” commented Yossi Kofman, bSolar’s CEO. “We are looking forward to winning further projects with TSBM in Japan and to expanding our activities in other markets.”

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