FTC Solar’s Voyager trackers supplied to 150MW Oregon PV portfolio

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These PV projects have passed through construction financing, while all of the trackers will be provided to the EPC and PV development companies that will develop the pipeline. Image: Flickr / Martin

FTC Solar has started delivery and construction support for its Voyager single-axis tracker on a pipeline of PV projects in Oregon with a total installed generation capacity of 150MW.

These PV projects have passed through construction financing, while all of the trackers will be provided to the EPC and PV development companies that will develop the pipeline. FTC has now closed sales and commitments for over 950MW to be delivered globally in 2019 and Q1 2020.  

 FTC Solar's CEO, Tony Etnyre, said: “We are pleased to see the continued success of the Voyager product and are enthusiastically supporting our EPC partners through both the supply and installation process. We designed Voyager to dramatically reduce installation complexity, improve Balance of Systems costs, and optimize land use. With almost 1GW of Voyager contracts closed worldwide in 2019, we see a clear path to over 1.5GW of deployments in 2020.” 

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