Solar Steel supply 400MW trackers to two projects in Peru

The agreement involves the supply of 5,400 trackers. Image: Solar Steel

Spanish tracker company Solar Steel has signed an agreement to supply 400MW of solar trackers in Peru.

The agreement involved the supply of 5,400 of the company’s single-row and dual-row trackers for two projects located near the Peruvian provinces of Islay and Chiclayo. Solar Steel did not disclose the name of the customer and further details of the projects.

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Solar Steel entered the Peruvian market in 2012. Since then, the company has supplied 500MW of trackers to the market.

Before this agreement, Solar Steel also signed a new supply contract for 37MW of trackers in Colombia. The single-row and dual-row trackers will be supplied to three projects with a capacity of 12.6MW each, all located in the Caribbean region of the Córdoba department, Colombia.

Solar Steel has supplied 20GW of trackers to projects worldwide. Of its supply, more than 10GW was in European projects and 3.9GW in Latin America. Additionally, the company also offered trackers to the US and APAC, with a combined supply of 4.7GW.

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