Nikkei BP website reports on latest global updates on mega-scale solar business
Wednesday, Jan 22, 2014
Nikkei Business Publications (President & CEO: Kohei Osada; Tokyo) reports on up-to-the minute news on the megawatt-scale solar power generation business growing across the globe, in its specialized website “Solar Power Plant Business” in English, Chinese and Japanese. The website is dedicated for dispatching latest industry trends, management know-how, troubleshooting tips, and other stories on megawatt-scale solar power generation projects in Japan and the world.
The website delivers latest trends on photovoltaic equipment including solar panels, PV Inverter and mounting apparatus, as well as exclusive reports on visit to megawatt-scale solar power plants across Japan, and more.
Since the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) scheme has been implemented in dozens of countries, new large-scale solar power plants generating over 1000 kW (1 MW) are built one after another around the world. The FIT scheme is a system that electric utility companies are obliged to purchase electricity generated from renewable energy sources at a fixed price over a long period. For the stable operation of megawatt-scale solar power generation systems over the long period of time, the plants need to be equipped with advanced technologies while preparing for miscellaneous risks.
The megawatt-scale solar power plant market is now at its predawn period, but the market is already showing signs of rapid growth in Japan. For the sustainable growth and development of related industries, it is crucial to understand the current situations at home and overseas, while keeping the close eyes on newest updates. Nikkei BP’s Solar Power Plant Business website aims to support solid growth and advancement of the large-scale solar power plant market and related industries, through providing information covering a wide range of topics.
Source: Business Wire