Solar Farm Nishi-Izu

2 MW
Annual Yield:
2.40 mil. kWh

Anfang 2015 hat das deutsch-japanische Joint Venture juwi Shizen Energy in Nishi-Izu, rund 200 Kilometer südwestlich von Tokio, einen Zwei-Megawatt-Solarpark fertiggestellt. Das  Sonnenkraftwerk nutzt die Fläche einer ehemaligen Quarzmine zur Solarstromproduktion.

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