Enerparc selects Solar FlexRack’s tracker solution for Nebraska’s largest solar plant

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Solar FlexRack has installed its single-axis trackers in Enerparc's 5MW PV plant in Lincoln, Nebraska. Source: Solar FlexRack

Ohio-based racking and mounting equipment installer Solar FlexRack has installed its TDP turnkey tracker solution in Nebraska’s largest solar PV plant.

The 5MW project, located just outside of Lincoln, was constructed and financed by Enerparc and installed by NESCO.

Solar FlexRack claims its tracker solution is the industry’s lowest total cost solar project solution, and its single-axis trackers were selected by Enerparc due to the company’s solid track record.

“We selected Solar FlexRack TDP trackers based on our previous successful experience with Solar FlexRack, and especially because of the great turnkey services packaged with the product ensuring a smooth installation. Once again, we were not disappointed,” said Florent Abadie, CEO of Enerparc, in a statement.

Steve Daniel, executive vice president of sales and marketing of Solar FlexRack also commented: “Enerparc is conscious of the important balance between costs and quality. They pay meticulous attention to the work they do and build quality solar projects that investors can bank on.” 

The project is already operational and generates enough clean electricity to power 500 Nebraskan homes. It also displaces 5,300 tonnes of CO² a year. 

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