SoftBank’s 111MW Solar Station to Start Running in North Japan
November 26, 2015
(Bloomberg) — A 111-megawatt solar power station will
start running in the northern prefecture of Hokkaido, a unit of
SoftBank Group Corp. and Mitsui & Co. said in a statement.
The plant will begin commercial operations Dec. 1, and will
produce enough electricity to power 30,000 homes annually,
according to the statement.
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