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Sonnedix Power Holdings Ltd. began commercial operations at the 38.7-MW Sonnedix Oita solar farm in Oita prefecture, Japan.

The project is the first utility-scale solar farm that Sonnedix has fully managed through development, financing and construction, according to a March 25 news release.

The power plant began operations March 16, bringing Sonnedix's operational capacity in Japan to 95 MW. The company has another 116 MW of solar projects in the country that it expects to bring online in 2020.

The output of the Sonnedix Oita project is secured under a 20-year power purchase agreement with Kyushu Electric Power Company Inc.