Solar Tracker Maker PVH readied to Open up First Solar Facility in the Middle East

May 19, 2021 02:40 PM ET
  • California-headquartered PV Hardware (PVH), a Spanish solar tracker and also placing systems manufacturer, announced yesterday its plans to open up a production facility in Saudi Arabia.

The business's first manufacturing facility and branch in the Middle East will make PV structures, solar radar and also robot cleansing gadgets 'Made-in-K.S.A.', in reaction to the regulations for domestic material recently detailed by the Saudi federal government. Designated as PV Hardware Middle East, it will certainly add to the country's industrial development and also the success of the Kingdom's 2030 sustainability goals.

Youssef El-Sayed, our M.E. Managing Director, claimed, "This is a major advance for PVH's method in the Middle East. Our commitment to local production development in the different regions of Saudi Arabia has actually triggered us to open our very first production center in the kingdom. We firmly rely on our payment to the sector's value chain for years to come."

PVH discusses in a press release that its brand-new manufacturing branch has actually recently obtained both a service as well as production permit from the Saudi federal government. According to this license, the Center East branch will certainly not just make the parent firm's leading technology in the Kingdom, however will likewise create and train local suppliers, outfitting them with the necessary expertise to generate PVH subassembly parts of this innovation by themselves.

PVH initially set its foot in Saudi Arabian Market back in May 2019, when a memorandum of understanding was signed with the Saudi firm Al Yamamah Solar Systems Factory, a steel titan in the Middle East.

Saudi Arabia has been experiencing an increase in renewable resource projects because the beginning of 2021. Last month Larsen & Toubro (L&T) introduced that the sustainable arm of its power transmission and also distribution organization had secured the permission to start building of the 300 MW Jeddah Solar PV Power Plant in the country. The very same month, ACWA Power revealed the official launch of the 300 MW Sakaka PV IPP, the Kingdom's very first utility-scale renewable energy project, at a financial investment worth of 1.2 billion Saudi riyals. The country's leaders think that Saudi Arabia gets on its way to accomplishing its 'Vision 2030' objective, which focuses on diversifying the Kingdom's economy far from reliance on oil as well as towards renewable resource.

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