It stands out because it is easier and faster to install and increases output by 30% as compared to fixed mount systems.
It has up to 12 axes driven by a single motor. Each axis can carry up to 48 modules.
This means each solar panel can reach a power of 140kWp and an area of 960m2.
The assembly of beams, girders and other parts in the facility is made with fastening devices (without welding), which reduces installation and machinery costs.
As of the end of last year, the multinational company had manufactured and supplied 343 MW in trackers installed in 498 solar PV farms worldwide since its establishment.
The company has manufacturing plants in Spain, Greece, USA, Canada and India, and branches in UK, Germany, France, Australia, Thailand and China.