First Japanese PV project developed by Grupo T-Solar and built by Isolux Corsan starts operation
Isolux Corsan has put into commercial operation its first PV Solar project in Japan owned by Grupo T-Solar on a budget of nearly €90 million: the Gunma Plant, which will produce 31.2 MWp and has been built within a schedule of 15 months. The EPC has been conducted by Isolux Engineering G.K. (Japanese branch of Isolux Ingenieria), first project in Japan for Grupo T- Solar. The PV Solar Plant, located in the city of Takayama, will generate 34 GWh per year, equivalent to the annual energy consumption of more than 15,000 inhabitants, and reducing the emission into the atmosphere of 12,000 tons of CO2 annually*.
The solar farm, occupies an area of 81.65 ha belonging to a former golf course, has 100,638 installed solar panels and 26 power stations. Grupo T-Solar has an installed capacity of 316 MW under construction and operation in Spain, Italy, India, Peru, USA and Japan which has generated over 410 GW in 2015. The business development strategy of Grupo T-Solar is focused on the international expansion into the Asian continent and is consolidating its first project in Japan in 2016. Isolux Corsan has accumulated a total of 766 MW of installed capacity and in construction of PV Solar Plants.