Although the health crisis that is affecting practically every country in the world, Valfortec has not interrumped its activity and continues with its strategic international operation, specifically in Japan, where it has begun the construction of a new photovoltaic park called Kumamoto Yamaga.
The facility is located in the southwestern part of the Japanese country, on the large island of Kyushu, in Kumamoto prefecture.
For the execution of this project, 4,464 photovoltaic modules will be used. The total power to be installed is 1.54 MWp and its expected annual production will be 1,892 MWh / year.
The activation of this photovoltaic park will mean that almost 700 homes located in its surroundings will be able to have fully renewable electricity, free of any type of poluting emission for the atmosphere.
The Kumamoto Yamaga photovoltaic park will join the five projects already executed and connected by Valfortec over the last few years in Japan: Chiyoda (1.6 MW / 2014), Yonezawa (0.67 MW / 2018), Niigata Tokamachi (0.6 MW / 2019), Saitama (1.35 MW /2019) and Okayama (1.7 /2020). This figure will grow in the short term, since there are numerous projects that are well advanced and will begin to be built in the coming months.
To materialize this project, Valfortec ha had an investment close to 4 million Euros. It is estimated that this installation will generate income of more than €500,000 / year, with a fixed remuneration of 36 yen per KWh produced for 20 years.
Regarding the activity of the firm in Spain, it does not stop esither, since it is working hard on different projects located in various parts of the peninsula, especially in the Mediterranean arc.
Currently, the different administrative centers that the Spanish company has, continue to operate at full capacity thanks to the establishment of exhaustive security protocols.