Japan will build a 400-megawatt plant to collect solar energy




Japan will build a 400-megawatt plant to collect solar energy

In the desire to improve the environmental situation in the country, Japan is planning to build on a remote island off the coast of the city of Sasebo giant 400-megawatt park to collect solar energy. The green light was given to the project yesterday. The construction company will Photovolt Development Partners.

The news reported by the Japanese government itself, which is a week earlier announced a 10 per cent reduction in the cost of electricity generated by solar power. The law took effect yesterday.

Start of construction is scheduled for May of this year. According to reports, the desire to buy the energy collected in the future express company Kyushu Electric Power, which will supply electricity to the city by electric wires, located on the seabed.

Portal Business Green reports that the construction of such a strong station will cost about 834.66 million.

As you can see, the factory to collect solar energy are really great alternative to conventional power plants. A station in Japan promises to be the largest in the world.
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