A Japanese investor has entered the solar-storage sector in the United Kingdom

In England, Scotland, and Wales, the Kajima Europe-LCA JV includes projects in the early stages of development.

In a joint venture with Low Carbon Alliance, Japanese investor Kajima Europe has created a renewable energy platform to build solar and battery storage projects across the UK (LCA).

With a build-out value of £150 million, the Taiyo Power & Storage joint venture will first create a portfolio of ground-mounted solar, solar and battery hybrid, and stand-alone battery storage facilities.

These projects are in the early stages of development in England, Scotland, and Wales.
LCA’s renewable energy development team will handle everything from site selection through land negotiations, grid consulting, planning, and project development.

For the public and private sectors that wish to decarbonize their estates, Kajima and LCA have a fully subsidized roof-top solar offer.

“This is another tremendously exciting milestone in Kajima’s foray into the renewables industry, as we collaborate with seasoned net zero specialists Low Carbon Alliance,” said Kajima projects and investment director Chris Gill.

“Entering the solar and battery storage industry, we feel, is not just about making a long-term investment, but also about taking responsibility and helping the green industrial revolution.”

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