first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享PV Tech:Japanese solar developer Pacifico Energy has started building a 77MW solar power plant in Hyogo Prefecture.Pacifico has hired construction company Sharp Energy Solutions to build the plant on the site of a former golf course, which is expected to come online in 2023. Once complete, it will generate around 93 million kWhs of electricity per year. The project was financed by MUFG Bank.Earlier this year, the developer worked with both companies to start construction on another golf course-turned solar plant; a 111MW PV installation in Nishimuro-gun, Wakayama Prefecture, and is due to begin commercial operation on a second golf course-turned solar project in Hyogo Prefecture early 2021.Pacifico has now commenced development of 14 PV plants across Japan, nine of which are now up and running, with a total capacity of 1.17GW.[Edith Hancock]More: Pacifico Energy breaks ground on new Hyogo Prefecture solar plant Pacifico Energy building 77MW solar project on former golf course in Japanlast_img

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