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GSSG Solar Japan, KK, a subsidiary of GSSG Solar, LLC
announces the hiring of Satoshi Iwase as Director of Project Finance based in Tokyo. Iwase-san joins GSSG with over 30 years of experience in asset management, securitization, and project finance. He was recently a Senior Manager at one of GSSG’s lending partners,
Shinsei Bank, LTD, a leader in renewables lending.
GSSG Solar Japan, KK, a subsidiary of GSSG Solar, LLC, announced the promotion of two of its key members in the Tokyo office. Koji Shiga was promoted to Director of Development while Toshimichi Wago was promoted to Director of Asset Management. Shiga-san will take on all responsibilities related to permitting the firm’s portfolio of Japanese projects. Wago-san will assume responsibilities associated with the operations and reporting of the 220 MW of projects managed by the Company, including 34 MW of operational projects.READ >
GSSG Solar, LLC (“GSSG”) announced full commercial operations for the 19 MW Kita-Ibaraki solar project in November 2020 (the “Project”). The Project is located in the Ibaraki Prefecture of Japan and will sell power to Tokyo EPCO under a 20-year feed-in-tariff (“FIT”). The Project is expected to offset the needs of approximately 3,400 local residents annually and employed roughly 200 local laborers workers during the construction period.READ >
GSSG Solar announces seven solar facilities across four municipalities in New Hampshire that will be operational by the end of the year. The nine megawatt portfolio is made possible under the state’s Group Net Metering Program through the enactment of Senate Bill 98, which allows New Hampshire rate payers to benefit from cost savings from solar projects located in the state.READ >
GSSG Solar, LLC (the “Company”) is pleased to announce the first close of GSSG Solar Partners III, LP, its third global fund (the “Fund”). The Fund will build on the strategy, infrastructure, and relationships of the Company’s prior funds providing investors access to high quality solar projects…READ >
GSSG Solar, LLC (“GSSG”) announced the METI approval for its 14.7 MW Yamanashi solar plant (the “Project”). This important milestone marks the final approval of the Project’s 20-year feed-in-tariff (“FIT) under which it will sell power to Tokyo EPCO.READ >
GSSG Solar, LLC announced the promotion of Charlie McDaniel to Managing Director and Adrian Archambault to Director at the company’s annual corporate off-site meeting in October 2018.READ >
GSSG Solar is pleased to announce over $120 million of additional commitments to the firm’s investments in Japanese solar projects…READ >
The 47 MW solar project will be built in the Nagano Prefecture of Japan and will sell power to Chubu Electric Power Company…READ >
Story on the Shinsei Bank website…READ >
Suwa Project Demonstrates Strong International Cooperation in Increasing Clean Energy Sources…READ >
Story on the Nikkei Asian Review website…READ >
In the Denver metro area, the last of the seven ground-mounted, fixed tilt projects was interconnected in July of 2014 and all of the systems are delivering solar generated electricity to the users at costs significantly below respective retail electricity rates…READ >