LSIS has come up with total solutions ranging from photovoltaic power to ESS, direct current, alternate current power solutions, and all other new and renewable power generation systems to tap the Japanese market.
LSIS participated in the World Smart Energy Week 2018 that took place at Tokyo Big Sight in Japan from Feb. 28 through March 2. The company set up 16 booths, the most-ever in its corporate history, projecting the concept “New & Renewable Energy Total Solution Provider.”
LSIS showcased such Korean and foreign mega projects as the solar-ESSHokkaido Chitose Solar Power Plant, dedicated last year as well as photovoltaic power plants along the Hamcheon and Cheongpung dams. The company also displayed power systems and software tailored to meet needs of the Japanese new and renewable energy markets. The situation room of the Chitose solar power plant was reconstructed at the front part of the LSIS booths to look at the operation of the plant at a glance. The solar power plant was put into commercial operation last October. LSIS carried out the construction of the 113 billion won project in cooperation with KEPCO.
All solutions in the new and renewable energy system areas, including floating solar power panels along Hamcheon and Cheongpung dams, factory energy management system, and ring main unit (RMU), were displayed to showcase the company’s competitive edge during the exhibition.
LSIS shifted from the Smart Grid Expo to the PV System Expo this year for the first time in four years. The PV System Expo is one of the representative exhibitions of the World Smart Energy Week.
The PV System Expo is Japan's largest international exhibition specializing in PV System Integration and Installation where various technologies and products for system design, construction, installation, surveillance and maintenance are showcased. About 1,570 global companies from 31 countries participated in the World Smart Energy Week 2018.
With its participation in the World Smart Energy Week 2018, LSIS is accelerating efforts to land more orders from the Japanese market. The company has already dedicated the Mipo Mega Solar Park and the Chitose mega solar power plant and landed the 18 megawatt-capacity Hanamizuki Solar Power Plant project in Ishikawa Prefecture.
An airborne view of the Mito Newtown Mega Solar Park Power Plant.
LSIS’ Competitive Edge in Global Solar Panel Market
LSIS proved its competitiveness in the global solar panel market again by winning a mega-solar project in Japan. This is the third one, following the 40MW Mito Newtown Mega Solar Park Power Plant ― for which LSIS provided the modules and related devices ― and the dedicated 39MW Chitose Power Plant.
LSIS had been selected as the construction and operation contractor for the approximately 46 billion won 18MW Hanamizuki Solar Power Plant to be established in Ishikawa Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. LSIS entered into a contract for the EPC turnkey project with Ishikawa Hanamizuki1 Merger Company.
For Hanamizuki Power Plant, approximately 54,000 18MW solar panel modules and operational system are planned to be constructed in the 300,000 square meter area in Kashima District, Ishikawa Prefecture from August 2017 to March 2019. It will stably supply to Hokuriku Electric Power Company ― with which a PPA was signed ― electricity capable of powering around 5,000 households annually for 20 years at 36 JPY per kWh.