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NEXTracker debuts NX Fusion, a pre-engineered AC power system bundle

NEXTracker debuts NX Fusion, a pre-engineered AC power system bundle

December 9, 2015 at 4:15 pm 3 comments

NEXTracker, a Flex company, just announced its latest innovation called NX Fusion. This new product is a one-stop-shop product bundle that comes as a pre-engineered AC power system solution that integrates a solar power plant’s most critical mechanical and electrical components into a single, repeatable tracker power block. NX Fusion includes NEXTracker’sRead More

New single-axis tracker, turnkey service launched by Solar FlexRack

New single-axis tracker, turnkey service launched by Solar FlexRack

December 9, 2015 at 9:52 am 3 comments

Solar FlexRack, a division of Northern States Metals and a leader in photovoltaic mounting solutions, is debuting its next generation, single-axis tracker solution, TDP Turnkey Trackers. What sets the new tracking solution apart is its updated tracking technology that comes bundled with a full suite of services and support for commercialRead More

Inside the new DEGER single-axis tracker (making North American debut)

Inside the new DEGER single-axis tracker (making North American debut)

December 2, 2015 at 2:53 pm Comments are Disabled

DEGER is a German company in the business of solar tracking systems, with a giant product portfolio for single- and dual-axis solar trackers. Its market position is based on the unique, patented “Maximum Light Detection” or MLD technology that makes it possible to increase the yield of solar power plants through the use of “intelligent” control.Read More

ATI completes 75-MW solar tracking site in Arizona

ATI completes 75-MW solar tracking site in Arizona

November 24, 2015 at 12:00 pm 1 comment

  Array Technologies, Inc. (ATI) just completed a huge tracking system as part of a 71 MW AC project, called Red Horse 2, which combines wind and solar is expected to provide power for 13,500 Arizona homes. The plant generates energy from Vestas V110 wind turbines and 75 MW DC of Jinko solarRead More