SoftBank, Mitsui to Build 43MW Solar Station in Central Japan

Dec. 10 (Bloomberg) — SoftBank Corp.’s clean energy unit
and Mitsui & Co. will build a 43-megawatt solar power station in
central Japan.

The plant in Shizuoka prefecture is slated to start
operations by March 2017, SB Energy Corp. and Mitsui said in a
statement today.

The station will produce enough electricity for about
15,000 households a year, according to the statement.

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