Soltec supplies 56 MW with its SF7 tracker on the island of Hawaii

The company Soltec, dedicated to photovoltaic projects with solar tracking systems, will supply 56 MW with its SF7 tracker to a plant to be built on the island of O’ahu, in Hawaiibelonging to the American AES.

In total, the Hispanic firm will supply 2,068 SF7 devices. From the company, they highlight that the design of this tracker It is ideal for terrain with steep slopes and small spaces.since it is capable of generating more power.

With this photovoltaic project, which will have 108,192 modules, There are already 210 MW of solar trackers supplied by Soltec in the Hawaiian archipelago. Construction work on the plant is scheduled to start in April 2023 and finish by the end of the same year.

“With the supply of this photovoltaic project, we continue to strengthen not only our relationship with the largest players in the global market, but also our position in the United States. Only in Hawaii we already have projects on all the big islands: Kauai, Hawaii, Maui and Oahu,” he explained. Colin Caufiled, Vice President of North American Sales at Soltec.

He added that the firm’s clients “recognize that our design offers clear advantages for the challenges of limited land and space.”

This plant also will have storage batterieswhich allows greater security for the island’s electrical network.

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.