GE to pay premium for Japan's largest solar plant

Japan's rapid deployment of utility-scale solar installations continues as GE Energy Financial Services announced a 231 MW plant several weeks ago. GE owns a 60% share of the project, and Kuni Umi Asset Management and Toyo Engineering Corporation have also invested in the $1.1 billion facility. I...

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