Array Technologies is launching two new single-axis photo voltaic tracker options, Array OmniTrack and Array STI H250, to develop its line of DuraTrack merchandise.
The OmniTrack, STI H250 and DuraTrack product strains handle various buyer necessities, meets the altering wants of the utility-scale photo voltaic business and meet the Inflation Discount Act’s home sourcing content material necessities.
“The addition of OmniTrack and STI H250 to our constantly evolving product portfolio will assist our U.S. prospects to higher handle the distinctive challenges of their websites. Having a broader providing for our prospects helps deliver extra clear power to the market sooner, advancing the clear power transition,” stated Kevin Hostetler, CEO of Array. “Array’s world attain, mixed with locally-focused sourcing options, enhances our means to ship the most effective utility-scale photo voltaic options to our prospects world wide.”
Array OmniTrack is designed for patrons creating challenge websites on uneven and difficult terrain. Array’s OmniTrack terrain-following resolution mitigates challenges related to initiatives on undulating terrain and is designed to simplify challenge design. Array predicted a 98% discount in web site grading work when utilizing OmniTrack.
Array acquired competing tracker producer STI Norland in early 2022, bringing with it the STI H250. The tracker is designed for websites with extremely angled blocks, or fragmented challenge areas.
Array is exhibiting at RE+ in Anaheim, California this week at sales space #2004.
Information merchandise from Array Applied sciences