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Ethiopia: Introduction of Biomass CHP Plant in Flooring Factory
[Pacific Consultants Co., Ltd.]

October 12th, 2017

JCM's first biomass project has been launched in Ethiopia rich in bamboo.

A bamboo flooring plant is under construction at the Hawassa Industrial Park located about 270km south from Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia - this new plant starting its operation in 2019 will be equipped with a biomass co-generation system which recycles by-produced bamboo residue in the manufacturing process as the feedstock to generate the necessary heat and electric power for the plant.

Compared with a conventional diesel fuel equipment, this system enables a drastic reduction of GHG emissions as well as mitigation of waste from the plant.

The plant is expected to be completed as a suitable building for the environmentally friendly Hawassa park, with natural ventilation, recycling of rain water and LED street lights.

This project is financially supported by the JCM Model Project of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. Information regarding this project is available at:
Introduction of Biomass CHP Plant in Flooring Factory (GEC website)

Bamboo flooring plant under construction

It is said to be more than one million hectares of bamboo in Ethiopia.

Indonesia: Energy Saving by Installation of Double Bundle-type Heat Pump
[Toyota Tsusho Corporation]

October 5th, 2017

A double bundle-type heat pump that generates both hot and cold water was introduced in serviced apartments for long-term residents and business travelers in Indonesia.
This enables hot water supply to public baths with one third of the energy compared to a conventional boiler as well as effective use of cooling energy for air conditioning in the apartments.

At the 6th Joint Committee of the JCM between Indonesia and Japan (an introductory article has been posted on our facebook page already), Mr. Rizal Edwin Manansang, Co-chair of the Joint Committee, showed his expectations on this landmark JCM project of serviced apartment buildings to be widely known.

With this project, the efficiency of the heat supply system is expected to be over 4 times more than a conventional one, and achieves reduction in electricity consumption and CO2 emissions.

Facebook post about The 6th Joint Committee of the JCM between Indonesia and Japan (published on February 17, 2017) (OECC Facebook page)

This project is financially supported by the JCM Model Project of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. Information regarding this project is available at:
Energy Saving by Installation of Double Bundle-type Heat Pump (GEC website)

Exterior of serviced apartments

Japanese style public bath warmly healing residents' fatigue

Shared space of serviced apartments that keeps a comfortable temperature by extracting cooling energy 1

Shared space of serviced apartments that keeps a comfortable temperature by extracting cooling energy 2

Laos: REDD+ project in Luang Prabang Province through controlling slash-and-burn
[Waseda University]

September 21, 2017

The REDD+ technical team departed Japan and headed for the unexplored depths of the mountains in Lao PDR. To enhance forest management, the Houaykhing Village is challenging to reduce dependence on slash-and-burn agriculture. The technical team elaborates the strategy to make local residents possible to earn a living with enough yields without slush-and-burn.

Followed the advice from the technical team, the local residents cropped improved variety and brought them up with organic fertilizers made from crop-residue. The harvesting is the rewarded moment for both local and Japanese team members.

This project is financially supported by the JCM Model Project of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. Information regarding this project is available at:
REDD+ project in Luang Prabang Province through controlling slash-and-burn (GEC website)

The project site Houaykhing Village surrounded by mysterious sea of clouds

Local residents learning how to crop improved variety

Local residents leaning how to produce organic fertilizers

Time to harvest crops!

Selling harvest

Kenya: Introduction of Solar PV System at Salt Factory [Pacific Consultants Co., Ltd.]

September 12, 2017

Pleasant nature, abundance of sunlight, clean air. By taking advantage of this rich natural environment, one of East Africa's largest Solar PV system (1MW) has been introduced as a JCM model project in a salt production plant owned by Krystalline Salt Limited in Malindi, the Southeastern Kenya.

Compared to the combination of conventional grid power system and private diesel generators, energy saving and reduction of CO2 emissions are realized by hybrid operation of controller installed solar power generation system, grid generation system and diesel private generators. With this system, it is possible to deliver the necessary stable electric power to the factory.

Krystalline Salt Limited as a member of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) contributes to achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through this project.

Please refer to a 2 minute video clip of solar PV module installation. (Krystalline Salt Limited webpage)

This project is financially supported by the JCM Model Project of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. Information regarding this project is available at:
Introduction of Solar PV System at Salt Factory (GEC website)
UN Global Compact (UNGC website)

Kenya's rich nature

Solar PV panel in operation

Landscape after salt production

Salt production in the factory

Indonesia: Energy Efficient Refrigerants to Cold Chain Industry
[Mayekawa Manufacturing Co., Ltd.]

August 31, 2017

In October 2016, the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer was adopted, which strengthen the control on fluorocarbons.

"Alternative freon" became widely used instead of conventional fluorocarbon with a high ozone depletion potential (ODP). Alternative freon cannot be ignored in order to steadily promote the Paris Agreement, due to its high global warming potential (GWP).

Recovery and destruction of alternative freon is an additional cost for business operators and business merits are hard to see, hence measures are difficult to take independently.

This JCM project which introduces Energy Efficient Refrigerators using natural refrigerants with zero ODP at the food and cold chain industry warehouses in Indonesia, also prohibits release of fluorocarbon used in existing refrigerators. Inspired by this project, non-fluorocarbon projects in other JCM partner countries have been conducted.

The first JCM methodology in the world which prohibits release of fluorocarbon is available at:
Installation of Energy-efficient Refrigerators Using Natural Refrigerant at Food Industry Cold Storage and Frozen Food Processing Plant (JCM website)

This project is financially supported by the JCM Model Project of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. Information regarding this project is available at:
Energy Efficient Refrigerants to Cold Chain Industry (GEC website)

Keyword "Montreal Protocol" (OECC website)

Installed refrigerators using non-fluorocarbon refrigerants

Satisfied locals with Energy Efficient Refrigerators

The 3rd Joint Committee of the JCM between Lao PDR and Japan was held in Vientiane.

August 22, 2017

The 3rd Joint Committee of the JCM between Lao PDR and Japan was held in Vientiane on 31st July.

The Joint Committee has a role to discuss important issues and items regarding JCM project development. In this opportunity, registration of a new JCM project has been approved.

Furthermore, progress of the REDD+ project in Luang Prabang Province related to slash-and-burn controlling which was introduced in a previous article of this website, has been reported in the Committee. The project is promoting agricultural technology transfer through technical trainings for local farmers. Specifically, use of compost increased productivity of upland rice. It was also reported that slash-and-burn areas have decreased more than 25% and household income has more than doubled compared to before the project.

Updates of JCM activities in Lao PDR
Previous article of the REDD+ project in Lao PDR (4th July, 2017)

The 3rd Joint Committee of the JCM

Scenery of the REDD+ Project site. Areas of slush-and-burn can be seen in this picture.

Mongolia: Installation of Solar Power Plant for Power Supply in Ulaanbaatar Suburb
[Farmdo Co., Ltd.]

August 8, 2017

A solar farm project which combines agriculture and solar power generation is ongoing in a suburb of Ulaanbaatar. Two Solar power plants (2.1MW and 8.3MW) will be constructed in two phases at the 28ha farm which will contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions and air pollution. Furthermore, cultivation of high-quality vegetables is being planned in the area where solar panels are set up in order to supply the vegetables to the city center in the future. Currently, demonstration of advanced Japanese agriculture is also being implemented.

The project has been selected as a JCM model project by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan and a part of the project will be financed by the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) for the first time among JCM projects. This finance is provided through a finance facility established by the JBIC with an aim to promote overseas deployment of Japanese companies.

Mongolian Economy Journal featured "Solar Farm Project in Mongolia" (OECC website)

This project is financially supported by the JCM Model Project of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. Information regarding this project is available at:
Installation of 2.1MW Solar Power Plant for Power Supply in Ulaanbaatar Suburb (GEC website)
Installation of 8.3MW Solar Power Plant in Ulaanbaatar Suburb Farm (GEC website)

Constructing the solar power plant in the vast scenery

Demonstrating Japanese advanced agriculture

Cultivating strawberries

Strawberries with green calyx and with no black spots are popular among local people

Indonesia: Introduction of "Smart LED Streetlight System" in Karawang International Industrial City [NTT FACILITIES, INC.]

July 27, 2017

"Smart" LED streetlights have been installed in Karawang International Industrial City, a major industrial park co-developed by two conglomerates from Japan and Indonesia. The streetlights can adjust their brightness according to the level of light in their surroundings.

The 1,260 high-efficiency LED streetlights with a wireless dimming control called "Smart System" achieve drastic energy saving and CO2 reduction compared to the conventional ones.

This project is financially supported by the JCM Model Project of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. Information regarding this project is available at:
Energy Saving for Industrial Park with Smart LED Street Lighting System (GEC website)

Karawang International Industrial City with LED streetlights on

Installation of "Smart Box" – Smart System

Saudi Arabia: Introduction of High Efficiency Electrolyzer in Chlorine Production Plant
[Kanematsu Corporation]

July 13, 2017

Jubail Chemical Industries Company (JANA) introduced high efficiency brine electrolyzers in their chemical plant located in Jubail, the largest industrial city in Saudi Arabia.

JANA is the sole epoxy resin manufacturer in the Middle East and African region, consuming a large amount of electricity for the production of chlorine and caustic soda, which are the raw material for epoxy resin. By replacing the existing electrolyzers to the latest model, JANA’s chemical plant has transformed into an energy efficient one.

The Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) enhances projects development in Saudi Arabia, the only JCM partner country in the Middle East.

This project is financially supported by the JCM Model Project of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. Information regarding this project is available at:
Introduction of High Efficiency Electrolyzer in Chlorine Production Plant (GEC website)

Stacked-up salt to be used as raw material

High Efficiency Electrolyzer transformed by the JCM

JANA's chemical plant rises on the desert

Laos: REDD+ project in Luang Prabang Province through slash-and-burn controlling
[Waseda University]

July 4, 2017

Severe deforestation and forest degradation, caused by slash-and-burn farming, is getting worse in different parts of the world, which is also the case with Luang Prabang Province, Lao PDR.

The Slash-and-burn Control Project implemented by Waseda University has organized a REDD+ technical team to introduce alternative livelihood at the villages level to reduce dependency on slash-and-burn farming and to manage forests, covering approximately 30,000 ha.

In addition, aiming at the coexistence with the forests, a monitoring technology was transferred to local residents.

This project is financially supported by the JCM Model Project of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. Information regarding this project is available at:
REDD+ project in Luang Prabang Province through controlling slash-and-burn (GEC website)

This project will reduce dependency on slash-and-burn farming which puts an excessive pressure on forest resources.

After the slash-and-burn (around every March)

Capacity building activities: Local residents learning monitoring methods using portable GPS devices.

Capacity building activities: Local residents leaning how to monitor the data needed to calculate carbon stocks

Local staff analyzing displayed satellite imagery

Indonesia: Energy Saving of Air-Conditioning at Shopping Mall by introduction of High Efficiency Centrifugal Chiller [NTT FACILITIES, INC.]

June 20, 2017

A high efficient centrifugal chiller system was installed in a landmark shopping mall in Surabaya, Indonesia.

This facility opened in 1995, has been transformed into an environmental friendly green building by energy savings obtained through the introduction of this air conditioning equipment, while maintaining the existing comfort.

The local developer who owns this shopping mall is also considering to expand this project to other large scale complexes under development in Jakarta.

This project is financially supported by the JCM Model Project of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. Information regarding this project is available at:
Energy Saving for Air-Conditioning at Shopping Mall with High Efficiency Centrifugal Chiller (GEC website)

External appearance of the shopping mall

Internal appearance of the shopping mall

High efficient centrifugal chiller

Energy efficient cooling towers installed on the rooftop

Viet Nam: Energy Saving in Factories with Air-Conditioning Control System
[Yuko-Keiso Co., Ltd.]

June 8, 2017

Air conditioner control system called Eco Power Fit was introduced in six component factories located in Ho Chi Minh, the biggest city in Viet Nam. This achieved energy-saving by preventing excessive cooling without losing the pleasantness. Eco Power Fit controls energy saving once or twice in thirty minutes at the optimum timing programmed.

On-the-ground support by Yuko-Keiso Co., Ltd to monitor status of air conditioner regularly inspired the Vietnamese staff in developing ecofriendly attitude, which resulted in improvement of daily tasks.

Eco Power Fit can be equipped easily to existing air conditioners and 474 units of equipment have already been introduced.

This project is financially supported by the JCM Model Project of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. Information regarding this project is available at:
Energy Saving in Factories with Air-Conditioning Control System (GEC website)

The local staff working comfortably in Nidec SANKYO factory

On-site monitoring of electricity meter by Vietnamese staff

Exterior of Nidec COPAL factory located in Tan Thuan Export Processing Zone

Cambodia: Introduction of High Efficiency LED Lighting Utilizing Wireless Network
[MinebeaMitsumi Inc.]

May 18, 2017

MinebeaMitsumi has been awarded the Cambodia's Minister of Environment Prize for its "High-efficiency LED Streetlight Implementation Project Utilizing Wireless Networks" financially supported by the JCM Model Project of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan.

By switching to energy efficient LED lighting with wireless dimming control, the project has realized a reduction of approx. 70% of Green House Gas (GHG) emissions when compared to conventional High Intensity Discharge (HID) lighting, while providing the same level of brightness.

In this project, LED lighting systems have been installed in 3 sites in Cambodia. The Cambodia's Minister of Environment Prize was awarded to MinebeaMitsumi in recognition for its contribution in the reduction of electric power use, as well as its reduction of environmental load.

Press release about the award (MinebeaMitsumi Inc. website)
Introduction of High Efficiency LED Lighting Utilizing Wireless Network (GEC website)

Image of the award ceremony for the Cambodia’s Minister of Environment Prize.

Site 1: Night view of Diamond Island located in central Phnom Penh. The sparkles of LED streetlights traces the periphery of the island.

Site 2: Commercial development area in the suburbs of Phnom Penh, which is also a commuting route for workers.

Site 3: LED streetlight was installed in a residential area of Siem Reap province where Angkor Wat is located.

Climate change conference (SB46) in Bonn, Germany

May 15, 2017

This week, the OECC is participating in the Bonn Climate Change Conference - May 2017, organized by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

The conference is taking place from 8 to 18 May and the OECC is providing information on the JCM and its latest progress through setting up an exhibit booth and participating in a poster session.

Furthermore, the Ministry of the Environment, Japan (MOEJ) and the Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan (OECC) will co-organize a side event regarding the JCM on 16th May.

For more information on our side event, please see New Mechanisms Information Platform webpage at:

Announcement of Side Event

Introducing the JCM to participants of the conference at the exhibit booth

Participated in a poster session

Side event regarding the JCM will take place on 16 May Tuesday.

Myanmar: Introduction of Waste to Energy Plant in Yangon City
[JFE Engineering Corporation]

Apr 26, 2017

Opening ceremony for the waste to energy plant in Yangon city constructed by JFE Engineering Corporation was held on April 7th.

Dignitaries from Yangon city and the Government of Japan also participated in the ceremony and celebrated the plant's completion. Participants also commented about their expectations that the waste to energy technology will be disseminated in Myanmar.

This project is the first waste to energy project in Myanmar selected as JCM Model Project by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. This project will reduce CH4(methane) and CO2 emissions through operation of the waste to energy plant in Myanmar. It is also expected to generate credits under the JCM which will be used to achieve Japan's GHG emission reduction target.

This project is financially supported through the JCM Model Project by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. Information regarding this project is available at:
Introduction of Waste to Energy Plant in Yangon City (GEC website)

Opening ceremony

View of the Waste to Energy Plant

Indonesia: Introduction of high efficient Old Corrugated Cartons Process at Paper Factory [KANEMATSU CORPORATON]

Apr 10, 2017

Japanese high-efficient system was introduced to the Old Corrugated Cartons Process for Fajar Paper which is the second largest packaging manufacturer in Indonesia.

This project achieves reduction in electricity consumption by about 10% per production and contributes to CO2 reduction.

This project is financially supported through JCM Model Project by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. The project information is available at:
Introduction of high efficient Old Corrugated Cartons Process at Paper Factory (GEC website)

Roll of cardboard as finished product

Waste paper materials are piled up in yard

A staff at work in the factory

Thailand: Energy Saving for Semiconductor Factory with High Efficiency Centrifugal Chiller and Compressor [Sony Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation]

Apr 3, 2017

High-efficiency centrifugal chiller and air-compressor were installed in the clean room of a semiconductor factory located in central Thailand.

The factory was affected by the great flood in 2011 and this project was implemented as a part of refurbishment construction.

Image sensor for digital single-lens camera is post-processed in the clean room of this factory. High-efficiency and high-performance equipment enable to control the accurate temperature and humidity in the clean room.

It is a JCM Model Project subsidized by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. The project information is available at:
Energy Saving for Semiconductor Factory with High Efficiency Centrifugal Chiller and Compressor (GEC website)
Installation of High Efficiency Air Conditioning System and Chillers in Semiconductor Factory (GEC website)

Factory for semiconductor manufacturing (post-process)

Front entrance of the factory covered with the great flood of 2011

JCM Project Briefing Session to Japanese and Thailand Government Missions

High efficiency centrifugal Chiller, air Compressor and swirling induction type HVAC system funded by the JCM Model Project

Indonesia: Power Generation by Waste-Heat Recovery in Cement Factory
[JFE Engineering Corporation]

Mar 13, 2017

This project is to introduce a large-scale waste heat recovery (WHR) boiler steam turbine generator system to the cement production plant operated by one of the largest cement companies in Indonesia.

With this system, it will be possible to generate electricity from the waste heat currently emitted from the cement factory without utilization.

It is a JCM Model Project subsidized by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. The project information is available at:
Power Generation by Waste-heat Recovery in Cement Industry (GEC website)

Tuban Plant – WHR system under construction

Ground Breaking Ceremony

View of Tuban Plant at night

Indonesia: Energy-saving project at grocery stores in Indonesia [Lawson, Inc.]

Feb 28, 2017

Grocery stores in Indonesia have become environmentally friendly. This was made possible by installing high efficiency inverter air-conditioner, refrigeration system for foods and beverages using natural refrigerant, and LED lighting, all manufactured by Panasonic.

The improvement is being planned for 12 new stores in and around Jakarta area.

This project is conducted as a JCM Model Project subsidized by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. The project information is available at:
Installation of Inverter-type Air Conditioning System, LED Lighting and Separate Type Fridge Freezer Showcase to Grocery Stores in Republic of Indonesia (GEC website)

Exterior of the grocery store

Interior of the grocery store

Outdoor unit of refrigeration system using natural refrigerant

The 6th Joint Committee of the JCM between Indonesia and Japan was held in Tokyo.

Feb 17, 2017

The 6th Joint Committee of the JCM between Indonesia and Japan was held with representatives from both governments in Tokyo, Japan from 9 to 10 February 2016.

This committee approved the registration of the seventh JCM project in Indonesia and the sixteenth in the world! Besides the registration, the Joint Committee members discussed the JCM beyond 2020.

Mr. Edwin from Indonesia, co-chair of the Joint Committee, wrapped-up the meeting with passionate remarks, "The JCM is like a baby between Indonesia and Japan. We would like to continuously take hands and raise this baby".

The decision of the Joint Committee will be available at The JCM website:

JCM website

Despite a cold snowstorm outside, a hot discussion has taken place inside the meeting room.

Co-chair of Day 2, confirming the technical instruments of methodologies and project registration, one by one.

Face to face information sharing was one of the highlights, as well as the approval of revised procedures.
Ministry of the Environment, Japan, received a DVD from an Indonesian entity (PDPDE) with its project development recorded.

Viet Nam: Introduction of Amorphous high efficiency transformers in power distribution systems [Yuko-Keiso Co., Ltd.]

Feb 9, 2017

Amorphous high efficiency transformers have arrived in the power distribution systems in southern Vietnam.

By introducing amorphous high efficiency transformers, the existing power distribution systems are now being upgraded to "quality infrastructure", a concept promoted by the Japanese government.

Currently, some projects are being implemented to disseminate same technology to central and northern part of Vietnam.

This project is conducted as a JCM Model Project subsidized by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. The project information is available at:
Introduction of Amorphous High Efficiency Transformers in Southern and Central Power Grids (GEC website)

Amorphous high efficiency transformers before the installation

Site visit for final inspection of JCM model project by the secretariat team of the JCM Financing Programme

Cambodia: Introduction of solar panel Power Generation at an International School
[Asian Gateway Corporation]

Feb 1, 2017

A rooftop solar power generation system (1MW) was installed at an international school in Phnom Penh. The electricity generated is used within the school.

The solar power generation system is utilized not only for power generation but also for education of children who will take Cambodia into the future, as part of the school curriculum for environmental education. In the future, the generated power will also be used for charging the school buses.

The project information is available at:
Introduction of Ultra-lightweight Solar Panels for Power Generation at International School (GEC website)
Introduction of the project (ISPP website)

Students of the international school and an installed solar panel

Solar panels were installed on the roof of 2 school buildings.

Mongolia: 10MW Solar Power Project in Darkhan City [Sharp Corporation]

Jan 26, 2017

A Large solar power generation plant (10MW) was constructed in Darkhan City which is located 230 km North of the capital city Ulaanbaatar and has started its operation on January 1, 2017.

Solar panels were installed on a vast land as wide as 40 football fields. This project contributes to dissemination of renewable energy in Mongolia.

Mongolia relies a large amount of its energy supply on coal.. The solar power generation plant supplies clean energy and contributes to reduction of GHG emission and improvement of air pollution as well.

This project is conducted as a JCM Model Project subsidized by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. The project information is available at:
10MW Solar Power Project in Darkhan City (GEC website)

The solar power generation plant started its operation on January 1. Winter has arrived and the land is covered with snow.

Construction: Setting up frames for solar panels.

Construction: Solar panels are installed on a vast land as wide as 40 football fields.

Started its operation on January 1 and the completion ceremony was held on January 19.

Myanmar: Introduction of Waste to Energy Plant in Yangon City
[JFE Engineering Corporation]

Jan 23, 2017

Yangon, the biggest city in Myanmar is facing the challenge of waste treatment. Leapfrogging from land fill to incineration and power generation will be implemented by this project.

This project will reduce CO2 emission by waste to energy system and also reduce the amount of unsanitary waste dumped in landfill. The construction is ongoing in order to respond to expectations by the locals.

This project is conducted as a JCM model project subsidized by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. The project information is available at:
Introduction of Waste to Energy Plant in Yangon City (GEC website)

Waste to Energy Plant under construction

Inspection by Yangon City Mayor

Welcomes the Philippines to the JCM family!

Jan 19, 2017

We would like to extend a warm welcome to the Republic of the Philippines, becoming the seventeenth JCM partner country!

The Philippines had been longly expected to join the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) since the signing of an aide memoire with intent to establish the JCM in December 2015.

On 12 January 2017, the bilateral document to start the JCM was signed in Manila, in the presence of Prime Minister Abe and H.E. President Duterte.

Signing of the bilateral document would trigger off JCM project implementation, expected to contribute to climate change countermeasures in the Philippines.

News Release

On 12 January 2017, signing ceremony in Manila

In December 2015, at the Paris COP21, Japan and the Republic of the Philippines signed an aide memoire with intent to establish the JCM.

Malacañang Palace, where the signing ceremony was held. Pasig River, a landmark of Manila city, runs in front of the palace.

Palau: Small Scale Solar Power Plants for Commercial Facilities in Island States
[Pacific Consultants Co.,Ltd.]

Jan 10, 2017

The largest solar photovoltaic (PV) systems in Palau were installed on the rooftops of commercial facilities (220.5kW on a warehouse and 150kW on a supermarket). Shining blue PV modules, harmonizing with the surrounding blue sea, contribute to CO2 emission reductions in Palau. PV modules manufactured by KYOCERA Corporation well stands for breeze from the beautiful sea.

This project is conducted as a JCM model project subsidized by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan. The project information is available at:
GEC website

The first JCM credits between Palau and Japan were issued from this project.
JCM website

PV installed to Surangel and Sons Company

PV installed to Western Caroline Trading Company
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