Mitsui Fudosan to install 2.6-MW roof solar system in Japan
- Japanese real estate developer Mitsui Fudosan Co Ltd (TYO:8801) announced last week it has signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) to deliver a 2.6-MW solar rooftop system for Hiroshima International Airport Co Ltd
The carport photovoltaic or pv (PV) system will certainly be set up at the airport's parking lot in the province of Hiroshima with the output being provided to the terminal structure.
Under the agreement, Mitsui Fudosan will certainly install, have, and run the solar energy generation system. The real estate developer has actually selected Yokohama Environmental Design Co as the construction firm.
The installment is set up to commence operation in November of this year. When up and running, the solar carport should be able to provide 2,700 MWh each year to the airport's terminal building.
With this renewable solution, Hiroshima Airport's yearly carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are expected to be reduced by 1,450 tonnes, or approximately 19%.
Mitsui Fudosan is the largest shareholder of Hiroshima International Airport.
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