We have been engaged in the solar power generation business since 2016, constructing power plants in Ibaraki and Oita prefectures, in partnership with Tokyo Electric Power Company and Kyushu Electric Power Company.
The most important feature of solar power is that the energy source is inexhaustible and clean. Unlike thermal power generation, which burns oil to generate electricity, it does not produce CO2 (carbon dioxide), SOX (sulfur oxides), NOX (nitrogen oxides), or other air pollutants during power generation.
Although our power plant is small in scale, it can reduce CO2 emissions by about 70 tons per year and crude oil emissions by 30,000 liters per year compared to thermal power generation.
This is an environmental contribution project that also meets the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals).