Arctech Solar, a manufacturer and solution provider of solar tracking and racking systems, has made a breakthrough with the installation of 6 MW of tracking projects in Georgia. The first 3.1-MW project, which will deploy Arctech Solar’s single-axis trackers, is already under construction, and the second project recently started construction.
“This is just the beginning in the U.S.,” said Guy Rong, President of Arctech Solar’s international business. “In the American PV market, which is almost monopolized by a few local solar tracker suppliers, we found out our technology, in particularly, the redundancy design, is most welcomed by customers and thus we believe there will be huge potential for us to grow in the next few years.”
Meanwhile, Arctech Solar has built its local sales, marketing, technical and service teams in its main office in Sacramento, California, and also worked closely with several partners to provide more services including installation nationwide, which demonstrates its commitment to the U.S. customers and market.
Arctech Solar will soon bring its flagship product Arctracker Pro, with the world’s first invented redundancy design, to SPI at booth No. 4145.
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