In the city of Kasaoka, which is located in Okayama Prefecture (Japan), a 2.66 MW floating solar power plant was installed on an agricultural reservoir, Ecotown reports.
Installation was launched by Ichigo Kasaoka Osakaike in April.
A 2.66 MW SPP consists of 7,000 panels and covers an area of 122,000 square meters. The station will be able to provide energy requirements for 1,110 households.
The project was funded by green bonds. Ichigo station received independent confirmation from the Japanese Research Institute (JRI).
JRI also praised the positive environmental contribution to the production of solar energy by the solar power plant.
Recall, Japan has installed 73 of the 100 largest floating solar power plants in the world.
Renewable electricity producers received an advance payment for 20 days of July
About 3.5 thousand households installed solar power plants in the II quarter
Guaranteed Buyer transferred payment for April of last year to renewable electricity producers