SoftBank, Mitsui Complete 20MW Solar Power Plant in South Japan
March 3, 2015
(Bloomberg) — A 20-megawatt solar power station developed
by SoftBank Corp.’s clean energy unit and Mitsui & Co. will
start running in southwestern Japan next week.
The plant in Fukuoka prefecture will produce enough power
for 5,570 homes, the SoftBank unit, SB Energy Corp., said in an
e-mailed statement Tuesday.
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