Marubeni to Supply Solar Panels for 53-MW Station in Fukushima

(Bloomberg) — Marubeni Corp. will supply solar panels for
a 53-megawatt project to be built in Fukushima prefecture, the
company said in a statement Thursday.

The plant is being developed by a venture between Kyudenko
Corp. and four other companies and is scheduled to start
operating in June 2017, according to the statement. Marubeni
will supply about 198,000 panels made by Hanwha Q Cells Co.

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