Arctech to Supply 365 MW Solar Trackers to Largest Mexican Solar Project
- The company will give 365.8 MW SkyLine II solar tracking option to Puerto Penasco Solar Park.
- This solar plant will certainly be largest as a single unit in Mexico and 8th on the planet.
Solar tracking as well as racking option supplier Arctech has revealed that it will give 365.8 MW SkyLine II solar tracking option to Puerto Penasco Solar Park in Mexico. When finished, this project would become the biggest solar plant in a solitary unit in Mexico and 8th in the world, said Arctech.
Found in Puerto Penasco in the Sonora state of Mexico, the solar energy project is led by the Mexican government as a flagship project to quicken the country's energy transition.
In November 2022, Mexico introduced aggressive renewable resource targets during COP27, and also the target is to decrease discharges by 35% from business-as-usual degrees by 2030. Based on Arctech, Mexico is the 2nd largest greenhouse gas emitter in Latin America.
Arctech claims that it has a trackable record of numerous flagship projects including the 167.12 MW Sonora project and the 118MW Horus project in the nation since going into Mexico in 2018. In late 2022, Arctech inked three deals to provide nearly 10 MW solar tracking solutions in Mexico. The 3 projects applied SkyLine II, SkyLine, as well as SkySmart specifically, showing the diversification of the market demands of the area as well as remedy wedding catering to various situations.
Arctech additionally preserves a regional office in Mexico offering white glove solution consisting of sales, project management, technological support, and on-site support.
Arctech lately released its newest Dual Row Solar Tracker SkyWings which is the first twin-row solar tracker worldwide with a multi-point drive mechanism, implemented by the exclusive bidirectional variety drives.
In December, Arctech got orders for the supply of 2.8 GW of SkyLine II solar trackers for 15 GW solar project in Khavda area of Gujarat, India. In August 2022, the firm inaugurated its first joint venture manufacturing base called Jash Energy in Mundra, Gujarat having an annucal capacity of 3 GW.