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Artsign Solar signed agreement for the ground photovoltaic plant project


30th, March, a good news in Tokyo, Japan was received from Kaneko (Japanese Marketing Representative) who is in the marketing department of Artsign Solar Nature Energy Co., Ltd, said that Artsign Solar Nature Energy Co., Ltd. had signed the cooperation agreement for the ground photovoltaic plant project of 2.5MV in Kanagawa-ken and 1.8mw in Nagano-ken, Japan, both of the projects is estimated to finishing combining to the grid on 5th November and 20th October, 2012.


Regarding the 2.5MW ground photovoltaic plant in Kanagawa-ken and 1.8MW ground photovoltaic plant in Nagano-ken, Japan, both of them are using the Artsign ground screw solar system installation. The installation is the most advanced and simplest method at present which is saving the cost of labor and equipment, shortening the installation time.


With the area of 180 areas and the invest amount of RMB 56.56 billion, the 2.5MW ground photovoltaic plant in Kanagawa-ken whose annual energy output is expected to be 3.45 million KW/h.


And with the area of 130 areas and the invest amount of RMB 40 billion, the 1.8MW ground photovoltaic plant in Nagano-ken whose annual energy output is expected to be 2.48 million KW/h.


For saving the clients' cost, Artsign Solar Nature Energy is always developing and researching the new products. For winning the popularity of our clients, we always using the simplest installation. Thus, Artsign Solar Nature Energy becomes a competitive company of system component in the Solar energy field.

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