Canadian Solar Projects KK

About us

Contributing to Japan's growth through solar power generation businessCanadian Solar Projects K.K.

The background of the rapid growth of the renewable energy business is related to the magnitude of environmental burden and the anxiety regarding safety of old-fashioned energy represented by fossil fuels and nuclear power. Human energy demand has increased rapidly with no end to growth in sight. While technological innovation will seek to evolve the effective use of energy, it is obvious that energy demand will continue to increase in the future as economies around the world develop and demand many activities.
Under these circumstances, solar power generation has secured a certain position as the flagship of renewable energy. Canadian Solar Projects K.K. quickly introduced the advanced technology of solar cell module developed by Canadian Solar Inc., to the power generation business in Japan, and is committed to developing environmentally friendly, safe and stable energy in Japan.
We have the backing of a global leader with strong business and network which is committed to contributing to the growth of Japan.

Corporate Info

Corporate Name
Canadian Solar Projects K.K.
Main Office
Shinjuku Mitsui Building 50F,
2-1-1 Nishi Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Representative Director
Michael James Cojerian
JPY 900 million (including capital reserve)
Major Banks
Mizuho Bank, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation,
Shinsei Bank
PV project development, EPC and O&M

Group Companies

Corporate History

Canadian Solar Projects K.K.

Project Business Department established as a part of new business in Canadian Solar Japan K.K.
Completion of CS Shibushi-shi Power Plant as the first PV plant in Japan
Canadian Solar Projects established (Spin off from CSJ)
Completion of CS Isa-shi Power Plant and CS Kasama-shi Power Plant
Total 9 projects completed in 2015
Established Canadian Solar Asset Management K.K. as subsidiary
Established Canadian Solar O&M Japan K.K. as subsidiary
Completion of CS Koriyama-shi Power Plant
Total 2 Projects completed in 2016
Canadian Solar Infrastructure Fund, Inc. listed on Tokyo Stock Exchange (Securities Code:9284)
Completion of CS Mashiki-machi Power Plant and CS Tottori Daisen-cho Power Plant
Total 6 Projects completed in 2017
Completion of CS Numazu Ishikawa Power Plant as the first Solar Sharing Power Plant in Japan

Canadian Solar Inc.

Founded in Ontario, Canada
Audi, Volkswagen Group, becomes a customer for solar battery chargers
Certified for ISO9001 and ISO/TS16949
Selected as Volkswagen's Tier 1 supplier
Certified for TUV Safety Class II
Certified for IEC61215
Listed on NASDAQ (CSIQ)
Opened an in-house research and development center in Suzhou, China
Announced delivery of BIPV modules for 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing
Certified for QC080000HSPM (Hazardous Substance Process Management )
Started Canadian Solar Japan K.K. operation
Certified for ISO 14001:2004, Environmental Management Standards
Successful partnership for the world's largest solar power plant (166 MW)
Made 9 EPC solar project contracts with total of 86 MW
Passed PID (Potential Induced Degradation) test
Achieved the standard tests for ammonia (NH3) resistance of solar modules
Certified for OHSAS18001 and ISO14000
Started construction on 100MW utility scale solar farm in Ontario, Canada
Samsung and Canadian Solar opened solar manufacturing facility in Ontario
Announced a partnership with IKEA Australia
Completed the acquisition of Recurrent Energy, LLC, a leading North American solar energy developer
Completed construction on 100MW utility scale solar farm in Ontario
Energized an additional five solar power plants in the United Kingdom
Opened a factory in Chonburi, Thailand
Most recommended company in the solar customer survey IHS Markit