29 MW Osato Solar Park reaches the 1st anniversary of its commertial operation: Constructed and being operated by juwi Shizen Energy and juwi Shizen Energy Operation

2020.12.14[Projects]

The mega-solar power plant with 29 MW capacity in Miyagi prefecture, Osato Solar Park, was celebrated on the 1st anniversary of its commercial operation on December 13, 2020. The plant was constructed by juwi Shizen Energy on December 13, 2019, and juwi Shizen Energy and juwi Shizen Energy Operation have been operating it now.

The plant locates on the land of c.a. 336,000 square meters in the Kurokawa District of Miyagi Prefecture under the commission by the SPC fully owned by a subsidiary of Banpu Power Public Company Limited. The planned total output of the plant in a year is 30,950 million watts per hour which are approximately equivalent to the yearly electric-power consumption by 12,600 ordinary homes in Japan.

juwi Shizen Energy and juwi Shizen Energy Operation will continue to leverage the knowledge and experience it has accumulated through its global operations and aim to contribute to the increased use of renewable energy and the construction of a sustainable society both in Japan and overseas by providing EPC/O&M solutions that meet the needs of the local areas.

 

Project Outline

Project Name Osato Solar Park
Location Omatsuzawa, Osato, Kurokawa District, Miyagi Prefecture
Owner SPC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Banpu Power Public Company Limited.
Engineering/procurement juwi Shizen Energy Inc.
Trina Solar Japan Energy Co., Ltd.
Construction Management Trina Solar Japan Energy Co., Ltd.
Construction juwi Shizen Energy Inc.
O&M juwi Shizen Energy Inc.
juwi Shizen Energy Operation Inc.
Trina Solar Japan Energy Co., Ltd.
Output 28.8MW (DC) /18.9MW (AC) approx.
Estimated annual generated energy output 30,950,000 kWh/year approx.
(equivalent to the annual electrical power use of  12,600 ordinary homes (*))
Start of operation December 2019

 

【Picture of The Solar Park】

 

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* Estimated annual generated energy output and converted to the number of households are our own independent calculations.