Blue Power Oita Shuki Solar PV Park, Japan
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Blue Power Oita Shuki Solar PV Park, Japan

By Carmen 05 Oct 2021 (Last Updated October 11th, 2021 12:57)

Blue Power Oita Shuki Solar PV Park is a 26MW solar PV power project. It is located in Oita, Japan. The project is currently active. It has been developed in single phase. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in November 2019.

Project TypeTotal Capacity (MW)Active Capacity (MW)Pipeline Capacity (MW)Project StatusProject LocationProject DeveloperSolar PV2626-ActiveOita, Japan


The project is currently owned by Blue Capital Management.

Blue Power Oita Shuki Solar PV Park is spread over an area of 74,681.33 square meters.

The project generates 34,763.13MWh electricity and supplies enough clean energy to power 4,871 households, offsetting 17,538t of carbon dioxide emissions (CO2) a year. The project cost is $68.16m.

Development Status

The project got commissioned in November 2019.

Contractors Involved

S-Energy was selected as the supplier of the PV modules for the project. The company provided 83,874 modules each with 310W of nameplate capacity.

Huawei Technologies supplied 601 inverters to the project site.


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