Isolux Corsan energizes the 1st Transmission Line of a substation in a Solar Plant in Japan

The solar photovoltaic plant located in the village of Takayama has an installed capacity of 31.2 MW and a budget of around €60M

Online PR News – 14-March-2016 – Madrid, Spain – The Group has energized a the first transmission line of the Gunma Solar Photovoltaic Plant ‘ Substation. The facility , 22 kV/154 kV GIS, is part of a the project of Takayama- mura Mega Solar park: a solar farm of 31.2 MW in Takayama City, Gunma prefecture (Japan). The solar farm will occupy an area of 80ha belonging to an former golf course and has a budget of around €60M.

The EPC will be conducted by Isolux Engineering G.K. (Japanese branch of Isolux Ingenieria) and the customer is GTS KK (Grupo T- Solar) through a SPV called Shinsen Kankyo Local System. The project is a big challenge for our company to be the first contract executed by the Group in Japan and having to overcome the complicated mountainous terrain orography.

The Solar Photovoltaic Plant, whose second line is going to be connected to the electric grid next 17th March, will be connected to the national grid through the utility TEPCO and will begin its operations next 28th October.