US-based solar energy solutions provider SunLink has delivered 37MW of fixed-tilt and rooftop mounting systems and trackers for solar projects in Western Honduras.
The delivery is in line with the company’s expansion of its international footprint and it has now surpassed 1GW of deliveries across the globe.
The Latin American region has a project pipeline of 30GW this year, claims SunLink, meanwhile Honduras is the region's second largest market this year, according to GTM Research.
Michael Maulick, chief executive of SunLink, said: “Every major player in the solar market is contemplating international solar activity as a way to mitigate risks associated with the predicted temporary 2017 dip in the domestic market – whether that’s through projects, M&A or strategic alliances.”
“Our products surpass expectations in extreme environmental conditions, and our international supply chain accommodates the tightest of logistical timeline requirements on a global scale.”
In August power generation contractor Blattner Energy chose SunLink as a project partner for a 148.5MW PV portfolio that was under development in the southeastern United States.
As part of their partnership, SunLink will provide Blattner with its Large-Scale GMS Landscape mounting systems, while also offering engineering and project management services.