Seicho-No-Ie for Green Energy Movement: Make a Difference with Your Donation

  • Green Energy Generated
  • Our Kyoto Plant:

    197,162 kWh (in Apr. 2016)
    2,204,404 kWh (accumulative since Mar. 2015)

  • Our Fukushima Plant:

    87,275 kWh (in Apr. 2016)
    292,033 kWh (accumulative since Jan. 2016)

Your Donation at Work

Reduce CO2 by supporting eco-friendly power generation

As citizens of today’s society, we demand an enormous amount of electricity to sustain our lives. On the other hand, we have become more conscious about our environment as well as the drawbacks of nuclear power. However, taking concrete actions to protect our environment is not so easy. Making your donation is one of the easiest ways to take action. Your donation will support solar power generation for renewable energy and reduce daily CO2 emissions.
Give us a hand to help mother nature give again by your single donation. You can participate right now.


How green energy power generation can contribute to CO2 reduction

Many of today’s power companies generate electricity by burning vast amounts of fossil fuels (i.e. petroleum, coal, natural gas, etc.), which emits large volumes of CO2. On the other hand, power generations by green energy, such as solar power and wind power, do not emit any CO2. Therefore, the amount of CO2 that would have been emitted by burning fossil fuels can be reduced by replacing the fossil fuel power generation with green energy power generation.

Your donation will solely be used for solar panel installation in our megawatt-scale solar plant

We ask for your donation for the large-scale solar power plant we have built in Nishigo-mura, Nishishirakawa-gun, Fukushima. By making your donation, you can participate in sustainable power generation as a proud contributor to a solar panel in our megawatt-scale solar plant. The plant is planned with a capablility to generate about 790 megawatts hours per year, which is equivalent to the amount of electricity used in about 233 households per year.
Your donation can start from as small as 10,000 Japanese yen for a share. Five shares would provide one solar panel. If the fund raised exceeds the total cost of installation and construction, the difference will be used to install panels in the next megawatt-scale solar plant.

solar panel