Soltec, the solar tracker company most known for its 2 modules in portrait configuration (2P) launched a new solar tracker with a double row 1P configuration called SFOne. The company says it is taking up this technology again by leveraging new advances in terms of robustness and adaptability. SFOne includes Dy-Wind technology to address the design of wind-resistant tracking structures, and a Diffuse Booster system to optimize production in low-light conditions. SFOne will be available in all markets where the company has a presence.
Notably, the SFOne is a structure of lower height, which will help to reduce the visual impact of the plants where this new product is installed. Additionally, SFOne Soltec offers the possibility of minimizing imported components for manufacture in each country where the projects are developed, through Soltec’s factories, thus reducing the carbon footprint.
“The idea of launching this new SFOne producer on the market responds to the need to offer an optimal service to our clients, with a broad portfolio that provides solutions that adapt to their needs and to the terrain of the projects,” stated Raúl Morales, CEO of Soltec Power Holdings. “The new tracker consolidates our product portfolio, providing flexibility and versatility, and at the same time offering the quality guarantee of Soltec technology. We are convinced that it will be well received in the markets where we operate.”
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