Juwi Shizen Energy Starts Construction of 100MW EPC Project “Azuma Kofuji Solar Power Plant” in Fukushima Prefecture

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juwi Shizen Energy Inc. (“juwi Shizen Energy”) received an order for the EPC (engineering, procurement, construction) project for the “Azuma Kofuji Solar Power
Plant”, a 100 megawatt (DC) mega solar power plant and the Full Notice to
Proceed issued in Q2-2021 February. It is one of the largest solar power
construction projects in Japan, and is also the largest EPC project order for
juwi Shizen Energy. The construction work is currently in progress and the
plant will go into operation in Q1-2023.

This power plant will be located on a site of approximately 183ha located in
Fukushima City, Fukushima Prefecture, commissioned by Azuma Kofuji 1 Power
Plant G.K. (Shinjyuku-Ward, Tokyo), an SPC of Canadian Solar Group. Annual
output is expected to be approximately 110 million kilowatt hours, possibly
serving more than 30,000 households.

juwi Shizen Energy held a briefing for the local residents on August 26, 2020.
We will strive to make this construction work safe, secure, and environmentally responsible for the completion of the project.

With the construction of this project, juwi Shizen Energy has more than 300MWp
under construction and has completed more than 300MWp of solar EPC projects in
Japan. In addition, juwi Shizen Energy has more than 160MWp under construction
and has completed more than 110MWp of solar EPC projects in Tohoku region.
With this track record and pipeline in Tohoku region, juwi Shizen Energy
opened Sendai Office in April 2018 for business engagement, partnership
development and recruiting to expand our business further.

Since the Tohoku earthquake, we would continuously commit to the sustainable
society for the future generations. juwi Shizen Energy will continue to
leverage the knowledge and experience cultivated through its global network
and aims to increase use of renewable energy and to realize a sustainable
society in Tohoku region by providing EPC solutions that meet the needs of the
local communities.

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