Array Technologies, Inc. is the leading U.S.-based solar manufacturer of smart, cost-effective, reliable and robust solar tracking and solar racking systems for utilities, corporations, small businesses and homeowners. A pioneer in ground-mounted solar systems design and manufacturing, Array is recognized for its performance-driven products and engineering expertise. We provide solar tracking and racking solutions for any project, whatever its scale, location or requirements.
Manufacturing solar products in Albuquerque, New Mexico, since 1989, Array Tech has supplied more than 20,000 trackers to residential customers and more than 2 gigawatts to commercial and utility-scale markets around the globe. Throughout our history, we have exclusively focused our efforts on designing and manufacturing solar tracking and racking equipment. This specialized focus has helped our customers enjoy the highest return on investment and the lowest levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) in the industry.
Array Technologies, Inc.
3901 Midway Place NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109 USA
505-881-7567 | 505-881-7572 fax
855-872-2578 toll-free, US & Canada
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Array Technologies is launching two new single-axis solar tracker solutions, Array OmniTrack and Array STI H250, to expand its line of DuraTrack products. The OmniTrack, STI H250 and DuraTrack product lines address varying customer requirements, meets the changing needs of the utility-scale solar industry and meet the Inflation Reduction Act’s domestic sourcing content requirements. “The… [Read More]
Array Technologies and Nextracker, two global solar tracker manufacturers, have settled a five-year-long lawsuit that would have gone to trial this week. Array Technologies filed a lawsuit (Case No. 1:17-cv-00087-JCH-LF) against Nextracker and its former parent company Flextronics International in July 2017, alleging that a former Array employee was hired at Nextracker in violation of… [Read More]
Solar trackers promise greater energy yield than their fixed-tilt counterparts because they keep modules constantly pointed toward the sun throughout the day. Similarly, bifacial modules can produce more power than their one-sided solar panel cousins because they have double the exposure level. So, is there a benefit to pairing two technologies that each ensure greater… [Read More]