KYOCERA starts supplying country solar-Powered Recharging stations Electric Bicycles

Kyocera Corporation (NYSE: KYO) (TOKYO: 6971) and its wholly owned subsidiary of Kyocera communication systems co., Ltd. (for the purposes of this regulation, “KCCS”) announced its new “Solar Cycle Station” environmentally friendly solar power development — recharging electric assist bicycles which drive to use the company’s high-performance solar modules. The system, which was submitted by the two companies is in Japan codeveloped sold from this month KCCS.

Drives use solar modules for clean energy battery electric bicycles, but also in the context of the regular power-grid through the DC-AC converter, with a view to ensuring a stable service during cloudy Weather and moving work performed during night time. in addition, the stations are equipped with a normal market, so that they can be used in the event of a power source, a power outage or in the event of an emergency.


In recent years the popularity of the electric bicycles has increased due to the growing awareness of environmental issues with visa-free travel, which has led to increasing numbers of people in search of ways to use extended transport as well as in any other way for the use of electric bicycles rental stores, fun and relaxing leisure tourist areas, however, extended use. [1] [2] is a growing need to create more recharging stations by using the modules of the Sun. create these bicycles have the power to Kyocera is aimed at economic and ecological.


Kyocera constantly searches for new and interesting applications for solar energy and has been engaged in solar modules, cars, boats, parking “Solar Grove” shading, as well as more traditional residential structures and large scale solar power generation.


For more information about Kyocera Solar Energy: http://global.kyocera.com/prdct/solar/

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