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Arctech Solar delivers 575MW skyline trackers for IBRI II


Arctech Solar has delivered tracker components from China to Oman for IBRI II project, funded by Arabian renewable developer ACWA.

This project is the largest utility-scale PV plant in the Middle East to date and also one of the world’s largest PV plant boasting single-axis trackers and bifacial modules.

After years of R&D investment by Arctech, SkyLine trackers adapt to all types climates and terrains due to its self-learning ability and easy installation, which can greatly increase the energy yield and lower LCOE.

Arctech has localized part of the production orders in Saudi Arabia to meet the localization requirements and dispatched project engineers to work on-site ensuring all the projects on track, and all the benefits that come from its strong worldwide presence.

“The beginning of 2020 has been especially bumpy. However, we successfully tackled challenges by remaining focused on ensuring production capacity and resolving delivery issues. We are delighted to fulfill our commitment to customers. As a reliable and solid partner of customers from various regions, we are committed to providing competitive high-quality products and sophisticated solutions through our fast-response global service network.”

Guy Rong, the president of Arctech Solar’s global business.
Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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