Domestic solar power plant
On October 1st, Sojitz Corporation (“Sojitz”) held a ceremony to commemorate the completion associated with the Chita Mihama Solar Power Plant, run by wholly-owned Sojitz subsidiary Mirai Power (Chita Mihama) Corporation (Head office: Uchisaiwaicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; Representative Director: Masakazu Hashimoto).
The plant is regarded as a number of utility-scale solar energy projects which Sojitz has been building within Japan using their expertise gained through the handling of the same solar power project in Germany since 2010. It began commercial functions the 2009 September, joining their particular two other tasks in Koshimizu, Hokkaido and Nishiki, Kumamoto, that have been running since 2014.
The Chita Peninsula gets sufficient sunlight, as well as the task makes use of an old factory site, making effective utilization of the area’s resources. The plant’s complete power output is approximately 12.9 megawatts, enough to protect electrical consumption for approximately 3, 500 families. Energy created because of the plant will augment Chubu Electric Power Co.’s offer, utilizing the Japanese government’s ‘Feed-in Tariff Scheme for Renewable Energy.’
Sojitz will continue earnestly working towards growth of green power someday, including these domestic jobs, to contribute to the development of a lasting society.
【Chita Mihama Solar Powered Energy Plant】
Mirai Power (Chita Mihama) Corporation
Representative Director： Masakazu Hashimoto, President & CEOShareholders： Sojitz Corporation – 100percent
Breakdown of Mirai Power (Chita Mihama) Corporation’s Chita Mihama Solar Energy Plant