October 22, 2016 10:11 PM ET

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Company Overview of Suntech Power Japan Corporation

Company Overview

Suntech Power Japan Corporation develops, manufactures, and delivers solar panels and systems primarily in Japan. It offers photovoltaic modules for commercial, residential, and agricultural installations; and utility-scale, off-grid, and thin film solar panels. The company was formerly known as MSK Corporation and changed its name to Suntech Power Japan Corporation in June 2009. The company was founded in 1967 and is based in Tokyo, Japan. Suntech Power Japan Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd.

6F, Nishishinjuku KS Building

3-6-11, Nishishinjuku


Tokyo,  160-0023


Founded in 1967


81 3 3342 3838


81 3 3342 6534

Key Executives for Suntech Power Japan Corporation

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Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Suntech Power Japan Corporation Key Developments

Suntech Power Japan to Launch Cloud-based Remote Monitoring System for Solar Plants

Suntech Power Japan Corp. announced January 21, 2015, that it will release a remote monitoring system equipped with a cloud-based portable telephone line for small-scall industrial solar power generation systems. With the new system, Suntech Power Japan will be able to offer solar panels, PV inverters, mounting systems and remote monitoring system. The system to be released is "SolarView Air," which is manufactured by Contec Co Ltd, an electronic device maker in Osaka City. When combined with a personal computer or smartphone, it enables to check the real-time amount of power generation as well as amounts by hour, month and year and the accumulated amount via the Internet. When a PV inverter goes wrong, the system sends an e-mail so that it becomes possible to promptly ask for a checkup or maintenance. The dimensions of the system are 521 x 402 x 201mm, and its weight is about 7kg. It can be used for up to nine PV inverters per unit.

Suntech Power Japan Releases 315W Polycrystalline Si Solar Panel

Suntech Power Japan Corp. will release a polycrystalline silicon solar panel with an output of 315W. The solar panel, "STP315-24/Vem," consists of 72 6-inch solar cells. By increasing the number of bus bars from three to four per cell, the output of the new product is 10W or more higher than that of the previous product. Its conversion efficiency is 16.2%.

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