JX Energy to Build Four Solar Power Stations Across Japan

Nov. 25 (Bloomberg) — JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corp., a
Japanese refiner, plans to build four solar power stations in
the country.

The company will build a 2.5-megawatt station in Akita, a
2-megawatt plant in Ibaraki, a 1.1-megawatt plant in Saitama and
a 1.3-megawatt plant in Hiroshima, according to a statement
today. No financial terms were disclosed.

The company already has 10 solar stations either in
operation or under construction with a combined capacity of 28
megawatts in Japan, according to the statement.

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Iain Wilson, Indranil Ghosh

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