Array Technologies completes delivery to 191MW project

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Array Technologies (ATI) has completed delivery of its single axis trackers to the 191MW Springbok 2 project in California. Source: ATI.

Array Technologies (ATI) has completed delivery of its single axis trackers to the 191MW Springbok 2 project in California.

ATI also provided its DuraTrack HZ v3 trackers to its sister project, the 137MW Springbok 1. Both projects were developed by 8minutenergy Renewables and built by EPC firm Swinerton.

“We are proud to be building a project that will not only provide clean energy for decades to come, but also help set the standard for delivering the best LCOE among utility-scale PV installations,” said George Hershman, senior vice president and general manager of Swinerton Renewable Energy.

ATI recently demonstrated the DuraTrack HZ v3 at Intersolar North America, the first time it had been on open display rather than in a closed, private showing room.

“It was a very productive show for us. Bringing the DuraTrack HZ v3 out into the open helped us generate a lot of traffic and interest,” said Denise Hugo, director of marketing, ATI. “Visitors were able to get up close and personal with our tracker, allowing them to appreciate fully our recent innovations, such as its unique wind mitigation feature – which does not rely on active stow, back-up systems, or sensors,” she added.

ATI recently surpassed 5.6GW of shipments.

The 2015 North American tracker market was valued by IHS at US$1.2 billion.

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