Ecoppia’s full robotic cleaning suite lands job at Azure Power’s 400MW solar site 


Israel-based Ecoppia announced it has landed a 400 MW solar project from Indian developer Azure Power that combines fixed-tilt and single-axis trackers. The project, owing to challenging terrains and varied structures, will see Ecoppia deploy its full product suite (the E4, the T4 as well as the latest H4) for the panel cleaning job.

The H4 robotic solution is designed for both fixed-tilt and single-axis tracker installations. It is powered by Helix Technology that enhances the cleaning quality of the panels, and other revolutionary innovations such as speed adaptability, bidirectional cleaning, and flexible frame—providing a safe, effective and smart solution.

The lightweight T4 robot for single-axis trackers smartly removes panel soiling by using a soft microfiber and controlled airflow while the tracker is in stow position, navigating an optimized path.

The E4 robot for fixed-tilt solar installations can clean up to 1,000 modules in a single nightly operation. 

The project is part of Ecoppia’s framework agreement with Azure, emphasizing Ecoppia’s ability to supply the future needs of the client’s expanding operation. 

Jean Scemama, CEO of Ecoppia, said, “With this project, Ecoppia solidifies its ability to do so, offering Azure Power a wide spectrum of autonomous robotic solutions, supporting their expanding efforts. We believe that with Ecoppia’s newest product H4 joining the Ecoppia portfolio, energy companies will be able to achieve faster ROI while safeguarding their assets”. 

With over 3 GW of deployed capacity, Ecoppia is a world leader in robotic solutions for photovoltaic solar. Its cloud-based, water-free, autonomous robotic systems remove dust from solar panels on a daily basis, leveraging sophisticated technology and advanced business intelligence capabilities. Remotely managed and controlled, the Ecoppia platform allows solar sites to maintain peak performance with minimal costs and human intervention. 


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