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Juwi Shizen Energy connects 54 MW solar park to the grid in Japan

Juwi Shizen Energy has connected the largest single project in its history to the national grid. It is based in Sano City located in Japanese prefecture of Tochigi.

Juwi Shizen Energy is the joint venture between the German project developer juwi and the Japanese developer of wind and solar parks Shizen Energy.

The project is located on a former golf course, around 100 kilometers north of the capital Tokyo.

According to the joint venture, it has already implemented several projects with great success. Meanwhile, the company is constructing the 121 MW Pacifico Energy Sanda Mega solar farm in the Kansai region. Once it comes into operation, it will replace the Sano City solar farm as the joint venture's largest single project.

“We are very pleased to have completed the Sano City project two months before the actual handover date,” Jan Warzecha, Managing Director of juwi-Shizen Energy, commented.

“This underlines our high level of competence, professionalism and experience as a reliable EPC partner," he was further quoted in a report.

Upon completion of this project, juwi Shizen Energy has achieved a total capacity of 479.4 MW installations in Japan.

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