SKI Corp to Build 24MW Solar Power Station in Western Japan

(Bloomberg) — SKI Corp., a Japanese company that sells
mobile phones, plans to build a 24-megawatt solar power station
in the western prefecture of Wakayama.

The plant, which will cost about 8.5 billion yen ($71
million), is scheduled to start operations in September 2016,
the Nagoya-based company said in a statement Monday.

The company has identified the site for the project and
plans to sign final land-purchase agreements in July, according
to the statement.

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