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 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.
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.
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.
The three 10 MW plants will be built by Affordable Solar, and will help Facebook’s new data center to go 100% renewable.
NEXTracker achieves #1 global solar tracker market share with 24 percent of the global share and 5 GW delivered, according to GTM Research.
Sun Action Trackers (SAT), based in San Antonio, Texas has finalized UL 3703 certification for its PST-1AX6 single axis tracker, including the tracker’s self-healing MAC Steel (magnesium alloy coated steel) coating.
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