Seeking to continue its international expansion to the Asia-Pacific region, Soltec, a single-axis solar tracker manufacturer and supplier of related services in large-scale projects, has announced the opening of a Sydney-based office.
The new subsidiary, registered as Soltec Australia Pty Ltd with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, will closely cooperate with the Soltec team in New Delhi, India, looking to meet project equipments needs of customers in the APAC region.
Being already in full swing in the Americas, with around 2 GW of trackers supplied or underway, as just in Latin America in 2017, it has surpassed 500 MW installed capacity in Brazil, and made its first moves into Mexico’s burgeoning PV market, Soltec is now seeking to firmly position itself in other promising markets.
“Australia is a pioneering country in renewable energy, especially in PV, and market economics are now favoring the follow-through to realization,” said CEO of Soltec Raúl Morales. “We are finding excellent response to Soltec’s SF7 tracker product combined with Soltec’s proven partnership reliability to make large-scale projects happen.”
With a 2.5 GW annual manufacturing capacity and the Solhub global supply system, the tracking specialist says it feels ready to respond to any large-scale project supply challenges.
The company already has manufacturing facilities in Brazil, China, and Spain, as well as offices in Denmark, Chile, India, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Peru, and the United States.
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