NTT facilities built million-watt photovoltaic power plant in Tsuchiura by Suntech, Kyocera solar panels

Polaris solar PV net news: Japan NTT facilities announced on June 13 that the company has started in Tsuchiura, Ibaraki, Ibaraki Prefecture construction output power is 2.261MW MW-level PV power station “f Tsuchiura II PV power plant.” The company said this was its second in Tsuchiura, Ibaraki million watt photovoltaic power plant.

The power plant construction site is privately owned, started on June 9. Scheduled to start producing electricity in mid-November 2014. Production of annual output is estimated to be about 2420MWh, equivalent to approximately 670 households average household consumption.

The power station will use the independent development of diagnosis system for early detection of faults and problems are not easily noticed, and determine whether the electricity is reasonable.

Alleged details from the diagnostic report generation performance visualization; automatically by remote diagnosis to reduce the maintenance burden of work on the management and so on. In addition, respectively, concatenated string of a dozen solar panels, junction boxes and power regulator (PCS) for the evaluation of power generation.

Solar Panel Suntech, Kyocera products, PCS to Toshiba, Mitsubishi Electric Industrial Systems Corporation (TMEIC) manufacturing.

It was stated that using solar panels of the two companies, is to accumulate PV related experience.

Original title: NTT facilities built million-watt photovoltaic power plant in Tsuchiura, Suntech, Kyocera solar panels

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