Soltec Secures 700 MW Tracker Order For US

Spain’s Soltec Lands 700 MW SF7 Bifacial Solar Tracker Order From Moss & Associates For 2 PV Facilities In US; Delivery To Commence In 2021

Soltec Secures 700 MW Tracker Order For US

Soltec said it has grown its order backlog with the addition of 700 MW tracker supply deal with Moss & Associates, from €363 million reported at the end of June 2021. (Photo Credit: Soltec Power Holdings S.A.)

  • Soltec has signed a tracker supply contract for its SF7 bifacial trackers for the US
  • Moss & Associates plan to deploy these trackers for 2 solar PV projects in Colorado
  • Delivery of the select products is scheduled to begin in 2021, said Soltec

Spanish solar tracker supplier Soltec Power Holdings has landed itself a plum order for 700 MW capacity to be delivered to the US for 2 solar power projects coming up in the state of Colorado.

US based construction company Moss & Associates has chosen Soltec’s SF7 bifacial trackers to be used in a 2-in-portrait configuration for the said facilities whose details were not shared. Soltec said it will begin delivery of the order within 2021.

With this deal that strengthens its position in the US market, Soltec said its operating backlog has further grown. At the end of Q2/2021, it had swelled to €363 million and a pipeline valued at €2.906 billion.

This order from Moss & Associates comes soon after Soltec won a 234 MW deal for SF7 bifacial trackers in Spain from Statkraft in July 2021 (see Soltec Bags 234 MW Solar Tracker Order From Statkraft).

To learn more about solar trackers and Soltec Power, check our TaiyangNews Market Survey on Solar Trackers 2021, which provides an overview on players, technology, and products – and is for free download here. Soltec also presented its latest product updates at our Solar Tracker Conference 2021 – the presentations can be viewed here.

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