Bison Energy K.K. completed the transaction of the Bison No.1 Solar Power Generation Plant located at Chita-Gun, Aichi on the 19th April 2018.
Developed by our Japanese team, the power plant, totaling 400Kw AC/ 415.8Kw DC.
Once the power generation plant is commissioned, it will generate approximately 540.50 MWh of electricity annually, which represents a reduction of approximately 380T CO₂ emission per annum.
CHUBU Electric Power Company have signed a Power Purchase Agreement to purchase all the electricity generated by the plant for the next 20 years.
The construction of BISON No.1 Solar Power Generation Plant will commence construction during Q1 of 2020 and is planned for commissioning by Q2 of 2020. The power generation equipment will be sourced and installed with JA Solar panels and HUAWEI inverters.
Bison Energy K.K. is a professional renewable energy developer with full in-house resources which specializes in, but not limited to:
- Land sourcing and acquisition,
- Utility and METI application
- Land related development permission etc.
- O/M Business
Bison Energy started up in June of 2016 in Japan, and operated in April of 2017 with the full experienced and professional team in the renewable energy field, with three years fast development, we already have the office in Japan, Australia, Korea, Italy and Spain.
We focus on the solar development business when started and now extended to wind and biomass business. Bison Energy Group is an international leading large-scale renewable energy developer and investor with a portfolio of projects across Europe, Asia and Australia. The company identifies sites, negotiates land arrangements, network connection and arranges all key
commercial contracts including construction, Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) and financing.
The company partners with the world##s best and experienced suppliers and investors to fund, design, construct and operate the solar farm. Bison Energy Group is well placed with its specialist knowledge, experience and partners to be able to successfully develop, construct and operate solar farms.
If you are interested to know more about this project or like to confidentially discuss a potential future project, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)