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KYOCERA to Display at 'PVJapan 2014' Solar Power Industry Event in Tokyo, July 30 to August 1

July 24, 2014
Kyocera Corporation (President: Goro Yamaguchi) will be exhibiting at PVJapan 2014 ― a comprehensive event for the global solar-photovoltaic industry ― being held from July 30 to August 1 at the Tokyo Big Sight exhibition center.

Since the start of a new Feed-in Tariff (FIT) program in 2012, the domestic market in Japan for solar energy has been expanding rapidly. The volume of solar module shipments in fiscal year 2014 in Japan increased roughly 6-fold, to 9 gigawatts, as compared to fiscal year 2012; with utility-scale “mega solar” power plants being constructed around the country.

Image of Kyocera’s booth at PVJapan 2014
Image of Kyocera’s booth at PVJapan 2014


At PVJapan 2014, Kyocera will be exhibiting its wide-ranging product line including 270-watt multicrystalline silicon solar modules which have achieved the world’s highest class* of conversion efficiency at 18.6%, as well as its 220-watt monocrystalline silicon solar modules. The company will introduce its high level of technology as well as its high quality and reliability backed by the company’s many years of experience in the solar business. Furthermore, the Kyocera Group will feature its comprehensive strength in providing not only systems, but also various new services such as remote monitoring for large-scale projects and support service for solar power plant operation.

Event Overview
What PVJapan 2014 (http://www.jpea.gr.jp/pvj2014/english/index.html)
When July 30 (Wed)-August 1 (Fri), 2014 from 10:00-17:00
Where Tokyo Big Sight
(West Exhibition Hall)
Booth No.: P2-014 (West Hall #2)
Kyocera highlights
- World’s highest class conversion efficiency multicrystalline silicon solar modules (270W)
-Monocrystalline silicon solar module (220W)
-Multicrystalline silicon solar modules for snowy regions

*For multicrystalline silicon cells in mass production.