Training in Japan

As always OF System Japan provides training to their staff whether it may be for construction training or office work training. It was my chance to meet our Japanese colleagues.

 

I visited our first Mega Solar Plant in Kakegawa. It took  us 120 minutes drive from the city of Hamamatsu,where our main office is located. The plant had just operated when I got there, I was able to observe the starting of transmission of power from the generating system to the authorized power company.



 

The Solar Panels
The Solar Panels
The Connection Box - where the wires are designed in series in order to achieve the desired output voltage or desired capacity.
The Connection Box - where the wires are designed in series in order to achieve the desired output voltage or desired capacity.
OF employees are inspecting the power conditioner to test out the succes and conversion effeciency of the solar panels.
OF employees are inspecting the power conditioner to test out the success and conversion effeciency of the solar panels.
Power Meter - This will show the amount of transmission of power supply to  the authorized power company.
Power Meter - This will show the amount of transmission of power supply to the authorized power company.

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    Roque (月曜日, 05 8月 2013 15:37)

    very nice!!! hope we have that in cebu.

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    Akihiro Kawamura (火曜日, 06 8月 2013 08:46)

    I just learned your company from Mr. Fujita who is one of my old friends and he mentioned that he is gonna stay in Cebu. I visited Cebu in this January and made a lot of friends.
    I consider Cebu has a great opportunity to develop the solar power plus EV .
    Since Philippine decided to quit nuclear power plants and there are a lot of good English speaking people with highly educated.
    I am happy to hear your company's role to enhance solar panels in Kakegawa and train Filipinos.

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