President and Chief Executive Officer
General Counsel, Chief Operating Officer
Chief Commercial Officer
Head of Project Execution & Engineering/ Head of Strategic Partnership
Head of Project Finance & Asset Management
Head of Energy Services
PAG Renewables companies are supported by PAG, a leading APAC-focused investment firm which manages more than USD50 billion in capital for a globally diversified base of more than 300 institutional investors. The firm has a long history and deep commitment to Japan with a track record spanning more than 26 years and USD30 billion invested In the country, including USD1.6 billion of renewables investments in its current portfolio.
In total the company has invested in more than 7,000 properties in Japan, and has made more than USD1.1 billion of private equity investments including the acquisitions of Universal Studios Japan, automotive safety equipment company Takata (now known as Joyson Safety Systems), and the Huis Ten Bosch theme park in Nagasaki.
PAG invests across its three main business units: PAG Private Equity, PAG Credit & Markets, and PAG Real Assets, and is managed out of principal executive offices in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Singapore. Both PAG Real Assets, the parent division in PAG of PAG Renewables, and PAG Renewables businesses are headquartered in Tokyo.
Cumulative capacity of developed/ operated solar power plants reaches 500 MW DC.
Started operation of solar power plants for the first time after the transition to PAGR (Watanabe Solar Power Plant in Iwaki City (32MW DC/21MW AC), etc.) Cumulative capacity of developed/ operated solar power plants reaches 300 MW DC.
PAG Renewables’ 28.8MW ac project wins FIP auction award, one of only two awards greater than 2MWac, demonstrating our competitiveness and commitment to continued large-scale post-FIT project execution.
Establishment of PAG Renewables Facilities LLC through an incorporation-type company split from FSJ.
Establishment of PAG Renewables LLC through an incorporation-type company split from FSJ.
PAG, an alternative investment firm focused on the Asia-Pacific region, finalizes agreement to take over FSJ and its managed projects from FS.
Cumulative capacity of developed/ operated solar power plants reaches 200 MW DC.
Cumulative capacity of developed/ operated solar power plants reaches 100 MW DC.
First Solar Japan LLC was established as a group company of First Solar (NASDAQ: FSLR, hereinafter “FS”) in the United States (our predecessor; hereinafter “FSJ”).