Filipino, Japanese firms team up for 88-kWp solar project

By Juzel L. Danganan
MANILA, Dec 10 (PNA) – A collaboration between a Japanese and Filipino firm led to the installation of an 88-kilowattpeak (kWp) solar panel for Toyo Ink Philippines in Canlubang, Laguna.

The two firms are local firm Transnational Uyeno Solar Corp. (TUSC), a subsidiary of Transnational Diversified Group, and Japanese company Sojitz Pla-Net Corp.

“This is a first for a Filipino-Japanese firm in the country and marks the beginning of more projects and our serious commitment to growing the business,” TUSC general manager Jen Tablante said in a statement Thursday.

For his part, Toyo Ink Philippines Co., Inc. Takahiro Ochiai said solar (panels) were a worthwhile investment.

He bared the update on the production of the solar panels proved useful.

TUSC also installed solar panels for Starbucks in Quezon City and Bulacan; Jollibee Foods Corp. in Molino, Cavite; Republic Chemical Industries Inc. in Canlubang, Laguna; St. Paul University of the Phils. in Tugeugarao, Cagayan; Boracay E-Trike Charging Station and the NYK-TDG Maritime Academy in Canlubang, Laguna. (PNA)