Trackers

GameChange Solar wins 260 MW in snow country

GameChange Solar announced that it has recently won over 260 MW of fixed tilt racking orders in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York and Minnesota. The deal further demonstrates the successful migration of PV into the cold Northern regions of North America.

GameChange Solar Ranking Rises for Racking, Tracking

GameChange Solar announced that it reached an approximate 20% U.S. marketshare for fixed-tilt ground mount racking in 2016, a 5% marketshare for flat roof commercial racking, and the ranks of Top 10 among single-axis trackers vendors.

Soltec to launch nextgen SF7 tracker at Intersolar Europe

Soltec plans to launch its next-generation solar tracker, the SF7, at Intersolar Europe. The company claims that the single-axis tracker enables up to five percent greater yield than its competitors.

EIA: Trackers make up more than 1/2 of installed solar

U.S. Department of Energy data shows single- and dual-axis trackers already comprising 53% of installed utility-scale solar capacity by the end of 2015.

NEXTracker leads global PV tracker market

NEXTracker led the global solar tracker market in 2016, after rising to number one in the U.S. market in 2015, according to IHS Markit analysts. Array Technologies follows close behind, and the two remain far and away the leading suppliers of PV tracker systems globally, in addition to being leading suppliers of PV structural equipment in general.

Exosun rolls out robotic solar panel cleaner

Exosun has unveiled a PV panel cleaning robot that offers a waterless “desert-proof, scalable and plug & play solution for effortless and fast module cleaning.”

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Sun Action Trackers offers residential dual axis tracker

Sun Action announced that it has begun offering re-engineered models of its PST-2AL Dual Axis Solar Tracker that will sport reduced array fields of 20 to 25 modules, compared with 42 modules in the original design.

Tracker mergers on the march: Clavijo and MFV Solar to form NCLAVE

Grupo Clavijo and MFV Solar have reached a merger agreement to form NCLAVE, with the financial support of Q-Growth Fund, to become “the world leader in the design, manufacture and installation of structures and trackers for the solar photovoltaic market,” the companies say.

Array Technologies to supply trackers for Facebook solar plants in New Mexico

The three 10 MW plants will be built by Affordable Solar, and will help Facebook’s new data center to go 100% renewable.

AlionEnergy Readies New Tracker First Install

Richmond, CA-based AlionEnergy expects the first commercial installation of its new tracker system as early as February.

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