Array Technologies starts 30th year in solar promoting SmarTrack to optimize bifacial PV production

Array Technologies

Array Technologies already sees a 9 to 10 percent gain in bifacial tracking performance.

Along the many ups and downs of the solar coaster, Array Technologies trackers have stood the test of time as 2019 marks the company’s 30th anniversary.

“When I started in the solar industry over 30 years ago, I dreamed about the growth and development that this industry would go through,” said founder and chief innovation officer Ron Corio. “More than anything, I’m proud that Array has been able to help foster that growth, and continues to move the world in a more sustainable direction through continued technology-based innovation.”

Over its 30 years, Array has been a critical partner in the marked growth of single axis tracking applications which are now utilized in upwards of 80% of all utility-scale installations. Early installations from Array helped the PV industry achieve significant cost efficiencies and increased energy output. Array’s pioneering nature continues with the expansion of its presence in emerging solar regions such as Australia and Latin America.

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“Solar power is inherently international,” said CEO Jim Fusaro, “besides expanding our business we aim to provide reliable solar trackers to our customers with the highest yields in both energy production and financial returns.”

With a proven history of meeting and exceeding investor expectations, Array continues on a path to push the industry forward. Recently, the company introduced their newest innovation, the self-learning assisted SmarTrack, which automatically optimizes tracking to allow bifacial and split-cell modules to capture the most energy.

“To this day, Array is still driven by an entrepreneurial spirit that causes us to constantly push new boundaries to benefit both our current and future customers,” said Fusaro.

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