Japan's Takara Leben finishes 14-MW solar plant in Tottori
- Japanese realty company Takara Leben Co Ltd (TYO:8897) has completed a 14-MW solar photovoltaic (PV) plant in Tottori prefecture, Japan.
The solar park, named Leben Solar Tottori Daisen Power Plant, is anticipated to create some 16.5 million kWh of power per year, the firm introduced on Wednesday. The power from the plant will certainly be enough to fulfill the need of 4,800 neighborhood residences.
Found on a former golf course at the foot of place Daisen, the solar park covers a location of regarding 254,645 sq m in the district of Saihaku town. It is presently the largest power plant developed by the Takara Leben in the Chugoku area.
Takara Leben's Director, COO and Exec VP, Shimizu Kazutaka, kept in mind that the company has actually provided around 310 MW of solar centers, including those currently marketed, by the end of March 2022. The firm intends to develop power plants that are not only under the feed-in-tariff (FiT) system, but that can additionally be traded under power acquisition agreements (PPAs), the exec added.