Spain’s Soltec, a leading manufacturer and supplier of single-axis solar trackers and related services in large-scale projects, took an 8 percent share of global solar tracker shipments during 2017 with 1,097 MW shipped, according to GTM Research’s Global PV Tracker Landscape Report.
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These results placed Soltec third in GTM ranking among solar PV tracker suppliers on the year, and third in cumulative shipments through 2017 of active tracker suppliers.
Soltec surpassed expected growth in 2017 and is prepared for increased demand in the 2018-2020 tracker markets expected to reach 69 GW. With offices, people, and history in the most promising markets in the world, Soltec plans to increase volume and share by helping customers find success with their large-scale PV tracking projects.
“In Brazil, Soltec recently closed to supply its seventh PV power plant in the country,” said Carlos G. Mena, Country Manager Brazil. “With 990 MW supplied and underway in Brazil, Soltec has proven to be a reliable partner in large-scale projects.”
Soltec’s SF7 tracker solves more project challenges with standard features that have been incorporated from historic innovation, giving the customers what they need to make shorter work of development and execution phases across variable situations and conditions.
“We cannot do other than say thank you to our esteemed new and repeat customers who have come to rely on us to deliver on promises,” said Raúl Morales, CEO of Soltec. “Our mutual success comes from Soltec’s 14 years history in solar tracking and our amazing team of over 750 people dedicated to innovation, customer success, and supplying the most cost-effective solar tracker on the market.”