Antaisolar announced it would supply 35.757 MWp solar tracking systems to Indian multinational EPC major Larsen & Toubro.
Arctech manufactures solar trackers in India through its joint venture Jash Energy, which has an annual manufacturing capacity of 3 GW.
The US-based solar tracker specialist, which manufactures in India in collaboration with local partners, has achieved 10 GW per annum of manufacturing capacity in India. The company has over 5 GW of systems under fulfilment or operational.
American researchers are proposing to use steel zip ties to attach solar modules to fences in animal farms as a low-cost racking solution for agrivoltaic applications. They found the proposed approach is technically and economically viable, provided careful wind load tests are conducted on the fences.
GameChange Solar designed its new fixed-tilt racking system to maximize module density, with a ground coverage ratio of up to 98%. The systems costs $0.039/W in the United States and $0.029/W in other markets, for a typical 105 mph wind load.
Trina Solar introduced its n-type bifacial module with a peak power output of 685 W in the Indian market.
Gail Chen, CEO of Arctech’s joint venture manufacturing base in India, says the company is committed to bringing solar tracker prices down for customers and enabling a lower cost of electricity in the country.
The Chinese manufacturer’s 3 GW factory in Gujarat is equipped with fully automatic production lines to produce all major components of solar tracker products.
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