(Bloomberg) — Kyocera Corp. and Century Tokyo Leasing
Corp. completed a 2.3-megawatt floating solar power station in
The plant in Hyogo prefecture, with panels set up on a
reservoir, is the world’s largest floating solar plant, Kyoto-based Kyocera said in a statement Monday.
The venture completed a 1.7-megawatt and a 1.2-megawatt
floating solar plant in Hyogo earlier this year, according to
Kyocera and Century Tokyo set up the venture in 2012 to
develop solar projects and are planning to build a 13.4-megawatt
floating solar station near Tokyo.
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