In 2004, INFINI started supplying Japanese and foreign module manufacturers with materials for solar cells(silicon).
In 2010, INFINI established a solar cell module manufacturer "Japan Solar" as its subsidiary to solidify its solar power business.
In 2012, we established a new electric power company "Japan Denryoku" and entered into PPS industry.
In 2014, we expanded our branch to South East Asia and the US to become a global company.
We also started business for biomass, bio gas, geothermal energy, and wind power to become a "Company of All Electricity" to achieve our commitment "Link with the future" in a wide perspective.
|1999||Started semiconductor business.|
|2001||Capital investment reaches 20,000,000 yen.|
|2002||Established Tokyo branch.|
Started silicon business (material for PV cells).
Set up a first silicon factory and a warehouse in Izumitanaka, Minami-ku, Sakai-shi.
|2005||Set up a factory and a warehouse in Naraba, Minami-Ku, Sakai-Shi.|
Started silicon value-improvement business.
Started sales business of silicon, wafers and cells.
Started solar module development business.
Relocated factories and warehouses from Izumitanaka, Fukui and Naraba to Sennan factory.
Increased invested capital to 80,000,000 yen.
Started solar power generation sales business.
|2009||Obtained ISO 14001 approval for the head office and the factory.|
|2010||Established Japan Solar.|
|2011||Established solar plant construction business.|
Increased capital to 200,000,000 yen.
Established Japan Denryoku.
Increased invested capital to 210,000,000 yen.
Increased invested capital to 244,000,000 yen.
Established solar project funding business.
Established Japan bio.
Start of Operation for Manufacturing Factory in Fukushima.
Incorporated local subsidiary in Korea.
Incorporated local subsidiary in Taiwan.
Established Japan Battery.