Orix, Kyudenko Begin Building 23MW Solar Power Station in Japan

(Bloomberg) — Orix Corp. and Kyudenko Corp. started
building a 23-megawatt solar power station in western Japan.

The plant in Nara prefecture will begin operations in
February, 2017, the two companies said in a statement today.

Separately, Orix, a Tokyo-based finance and leasing
company, and Kyudenko, a builder of power transmission
facilities based in Fukuoka, said earlier this month that
they’re building an 11-megawatt solar power plant in the
southwestern prefecture of Kumamoto.

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Iain Wilson, Abhay Singh

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