Kyocera, Century Tokyo to Build 29 Megawatt Solar Power Station

(Bloomberg) — Kyocera Corp. and Century Tokyo Leasing
Corp. will build a 29 megawatt solar power station in the
western prefecture of Tottori.

The site includes a former golf course and Kyocera will
supply panels for the station, expected to start operating
running in March 2018, Kyocera said Thursday in a statement.

The two companies have been developing solar projects
together since 2012 and currently operate 27 stations across
Japan.

Kyocera Corp. and Century Tokyo Leasing Corp. will build a
29 megawatt solar power station in the western prefecture of
Tottori.

The site includes a former golf course and Kyocera will
supply panels for the station, expected to start operating
running in March 2018, Kyocera said Thursday in a statement.

The two companies have been developing solar projects
together since 2012 and currently operate 27 stations across
Japan.

To contact the reporter on this story:
Chisaki Watanabe in Tokyo at
cwatanabe5@bloomberg.net

To contact the editors responsible for this story:
Reed Landberg at
landberg@bloomberg.net
Rob Verdonck

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