Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Photovoltaic-Installation-on-Shop-Roof-in-Japan-27MZIFJ6IHDCX.htmlConceptually similarPhotovoltaic Installation on Shop Roof in JapanGP0STPMNZCompleted★★★★Photovoltaic Installation on Shop Roof in JapanGP0STPMNUCompleted★★★★Photovoltaic Installation on Shop Roof in JapanGP0STPMNVCompleted★★★★★★Photovoltaic Installation on Shop Roof in JapanGP0STPMO0Completed★★★★Photovoltaic Installation on Shop Roof in JapanGP0STPMNWCompleted★★★★Photovoltaic Installation on Shop Roof in JapanGP0STPJR4Completed★★★★Photovoltaic Installation on Shop Roof in JapanGP0STPJR9Completed★★★★Photovoltaic Installation on Shop Roof in JapanGP0STPJRBCompleted★★★★★★Photovoltaic Installation on Shop Roof in JapanGP0STPJRACompleted★★★★★★View AllGP0STPMNYPhotovoltaic Installation on Shop Roof in JapanA community shop in Miharu town in Fukushima prefecture named “Esperi” where solar panels were installed.Together with a community in Fukushima, in the 5th year of the ongoing Fukushima nuclear disaster, Greenpeace launched the solar project “Solarise Fukushima” to create a solar hub, which will promote renewable energy use in Fukushima. People around Japan and the rest of the world contributed through crowd funding to install solar panels on the rooftop of the community shop, Esperi. The solar hub will be a tangible testament to the shift from nuclear to clean and reliable renewable energy. This inspiring story will help move forward solarizing not only Fukushima, but also the rest of Japan and the world.Locations:Asia-East Asia-Fukushima Prefecture-Japan-TamuraDate:4 Oct, 2015Credit:© Takashi Hiramatsu / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5164px X 3443pxRestrictions:NO FUNDRAISINGKeywords:Children-Climate (campaign title)-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Medium group of people-Nuclear (campaign title)-Outdoors-Photovoltaic energy-Signs-Solar energy-Solar panels-SolutionsShoot:Solar Panel Installation on Shop in JapanWith the support of Greenpeace, photovoltaic panels are installed on the roof of the community shop of Mr and Mrs Okawara in Miharu town, Japan. Greenpeace campaigner Ai Kashowagi is at the place.