Arctech Solar Achieves 500MW of Solar Tracker Shipment in Mexico

SHANGHAI, Nov. 21, 2019 /PVTIME/ -- Arctech Solar, a leading solar
tracking and racking system provider, announced that it has successfully
delivered over 500MW of solar trackers to utility-scale power plants in Mexico.
It marks an important milestone of Arctech Solar in promoting the development
of renewable energy in Mexico.

SkySmart Application in Bifacial-module Solar Power Plant

Since entering the Mexican market in 2018, Arctech has been making big
moves with 1P tracker SkyLine and 2P tracker SkySmart supplied 7 projects
in Mexico and continues to expand its presence locally by setting up an
office where can support every stage of a project including design engineering,
sales and project management.

One of excellent examples of cooperation with our partners to deliver a
high-quality solar plant is Sonora 167.12MW project, located in Benjamin Hill,
Mexico, which is expected to be grid connected this December. This project was
equipped with bifacial modules, ideal matches for SkySmart which is a 2P
tracker and enables bifacial module's back to yield more energy. Besides, this
project can be installed at a rapid rate thanks to SkySmarts's advantage of
efficient factory pre-assembly.

SkyLine Application in Durangeo's First Solar Power Station

Another excellent example is Canatlan 104MW pv solar project, which is the
first solar plant in Durangeo and the second SkyLine tracker project after the
commissioning of Ahumada 144MW project in Mexico.

The complicated landforms and strong wind of this project set a higher
standard for solar trackers. Arctech's SkyLine is a 1P solution which was the
ideal choice to this project, which has strong terrain arability, easy
installation and strong wind-resistance capability.

As the owner and EPC of this project, Risen Hong Kong general manager Yuan
Jianping said, "Mexico market is one of the most important markets in the
global layout of Risen, we are very satisfied with this project cooperated with
Arctech which has strong presence in the Mexico market. It proved to be a solid
and reliable partner for their leading products, technologies and customer
services. With our common commitment to reliability, we are certain that Risen
and Arctech will bring high quality pv power station in Mexico and

"We are really proud of being entrusted with our design and product
by the local customers." said Mr. Guy Rong, the president of Arctech
Solar's global business. "The Mexico and Latin American market are growing
rapidly. We look forward to working closely with local or global strategic
partners to maximize the production, revenues, and profitability from these
solar properties."

SOURCE: Arctech Solar