Aeon Delight, Recycle One to Build Two Solar Plants in Japan

Aeon Delight Co. (9787), an Osaka-based building maintenance company, and Recycle One Inc. will build two solar power stations in central Japan.

A 9.4-megawatt station and a 7.5-megawatt plant will be set up in Shizuoka prefecture south of Tokyo, the companies said in a statement today. Construction will start in December and operations are expected to begin in February 2015.

Tokyo-based Recycle One is an environmental research and consulting company. It has developed two solar stations in Japan with a combined capacity of 54 megawatts, according to the statement.

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