Japan's Pacifico Energy finishes 77-MW solar project in the house
- Japanese renewables designer Pacifico Energy KK has finished the 77-MWdc Banshu Mega Solar Power Plant project in Japan's southern-central Kansai region.
The electrical energy produced by Banshu will be purchased for JPY 15.37 (USD 0.116/ EUR 0.109) per kWh which is the lowest cost amongst the business's nuclear power plant. The small cost is anticipated to minimize the renewable resource additional charge paid by consumers.
The solar (PV) park is the company's total 14th solar power plant and the third in Hyogo prefecture. Its building and construction started in December 2020 as well as was finished on January 6, 2023.
In General, Pacifico Energy has established as well as completed 1,172 MWdc of solar power in Japan, it kept in mind.