Shikoku Electric plans to increase solar plant capacity by 4MW

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Reddit
Email

Japanese utility Shikoku Electric Power Co. announced its plans to increase capacity at its only solar power plant by 4MW in stages by April 2010, according to Reuters.

The power plant, located in Ehime, western Japan, currently has a capacity of only 0.3MW.

Shikoku plans to begin operations of a 1.7MW solar plant in spring 2011 as well as a 2.3MW unit by April 2020.

The company expects to spend 3 to 4 billion yen (USD$33.30-44.40 million) to construct the units.

This article requires Premium SubscriptionBasic (FREE) Subscription

Unlock unlimited access for 12 whole months of distinctive global analysis

Photovoltaics International is now included.

  • Regular insight and analysis of the industry’s biggest developments
  • In-depth interviews with the industry’s leading figures
  • Unlimited digital access to the PV Tech Power journal catalogue
  • Unlimited digital access to the Photovoltaics International journal catalogue
  • Access to more than 1,000 technical papers
  • Discounts on Solar Media’s portfolio of events, in-person and virtual

Or continue reading this article for free

Read Next

Subscribe to Newsletter

Upcoming Events

Solar Media Events
March 12, 2024
Frankfurt, Germany
Upcoming Webinars
March 13, 2024
9am EDT / 1pm GMT / 2pm CET
Solar Media Events
March 19, 2024
Texas, USA