In its own stand #P1-305, PROINSO will show the Japanese market the PV products from leading brands it distributes to around the world.
PROINSO is set to expand its presence in Japan. The Japanese market is expected to be one of the top three leading markets in 2015 with a 4GW solar energy production target.
PROINSO has already introduced its affiliated company product of Mecasolar structures to Japan and will be showcasing the OXIS Solar energy storage solutions to the Japanese market.
Mark Randall, PROINSO CEO, said, ” Japan has some shared and one distinct driver for PV. For Proinso it’s important to recognise these in our continued focus in anticipating the solutions that will best match, and assist in evolving, the market. Our offering in Japan continues to show evidence of global lessons applied to local market growth.”
Makoto Ijuin, PROINSO Japan MD, said, “Since 2012 when Japanese government has put very profitable FIT and tax offset incentives, 17GW of PV has been installed in last 3 years. Yet 57.5GW worth of FIT rights are still yet to be built and we predict good portion of these will be built in the next 3 years but not all. Residential market <10kw systems will have the big demand for the future even after the commercial boom. By 2030, Japanese government is targeting 22-24% on renewable energy. PROINSO will target such commercial sectors and smaller commercial and residential sectors in the coming years starting with PROINSO online shop launching at the time of PV Japan Expo.”