Soltec will supply its tracker equipment to a 70 MW solar PV power plant in Australia. Soltec is executing its plan to invest in growing markets and expand supply capacity globally, including this strategic move into Australia. With the establishment of this office in Sydney’s Barangaroo business district last November, Soltec Australia Pty Ltd rejoins APAC regional activity with the Soltec team in New Delhi, India.
Soltec’s customer Biosar, a historically established and expanding international solar EPC company, procured 2,296 units of Soltec’s SF7 seventh generation horizontal single-axis solar tracker. SF7 enables higher yield performance than others with complete tracker module-fill and greater site-fill options among other yield gain features.
“Our standard tracker features reduce material and installation time compared to others. SF7 has fewer piles-per-MW, a lower parts count, fewer installation operations, greater tolerance of construction variables, and less civil work among other advantages. The combined result of higher yield performance and robust design is what customers rely on when choosing us,” said CEO of Soltec Raúl Morales.