Eurus Energy Completes Two Solar Power Plants in Northern Japan

(Bloomberg) — Eurus Energy Holdings Corp., a Japanese
clean-energy developer, completed two solar power stations in
northern Japan.

A 14-megawatt plant in Miyagi prefecture uses panels
supplied by Canadian Solar Inc., the Tokyo-based company said in
a statement Wednesday. The other plant with 8 megawatts of
capacity was built in Fukushima prefecture using panels made by
Kyocera Corp.

The two projects will take the company’s total solar
capacity in Japan to 84 megawatts, it said.

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