Spain’s Grupo Clavijo supplies trackers to 12.56MW PV plant in Sri Lanka

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This project has consolidated the Spanish firm’s internationalisation, having now installed over 12GW worldwide, with more than 600MW still currently in development. Source: Grupo Clavijo

One of Europe’s leading tracker vendors Grupo Clavijo has expanded its footprint into Asia by supplying trackers to the 12.56MW Solar One Ceylon solar PV plant in Sri Lanka.

On behalf of developer Windforce, Grupo Clavijo installed 624 single-axis trackers. The project also features JA Solar polycrystalline panels. The plant was completed in five months and is located in the local town of Welikanda.

This project has consolidated the Spanish firm’s internationalisation, having now installed over 12GW worldwide, with more than 600MW still currently in development. Most recently, Grupo Clavijo has expanded its work in Latin America, with projects in Puerto Rico and Brazil

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