Softbank and Mitsui join forces for 42MW of PV projects

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Japanese mobile telecom company Softbank and trading company Mitsui & Co have announced that the two companies will partner in the construction of two utility-scale solar plants in Japan. Japanese news outlets reported that SB Energy, the division of the Softbank Group responsible for renewable energy generation, and Mitsui & Co, one of Japan’s largest trading companies, will build a total of 42MW capacity – one plant of 22.4MW and another of 19.6MW. The two new plants will be built on the island of Kyushu, to the south of the main Japanese island Honshu. Several large scale projects have been built on Kyushu, including Japan’s largest PV

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