Exosun is a leading designer and provider of solar tracking systems for utility-scale ground-mounted solar plants, along with tailored engineering support services. LCOE-friendly and highly reliable, Exosun’s solar solutions boost the performance of utility-scale solar plants.
The company is made up of highly qualified, inspired professionals driven by a common objective which is to reduce the cost of the solar kWh and to accelerate the ROI of its clients.
Exosun’s flagship product, Exotrack® HZ, is a smart, highly reliable single-axis solar tracker. It was flawlessly engineered to deliver high energy output and important cost savings for ground-mounted solar plants worldwide.
The system’s intelligent design significantly minimizes installation costs and time. Its linked-row architecture and grease-free, balanced structure make it an extremely reliable solar tracking system, reducing O&M actions to an absolute minimum for 25 years. Its unique centralized control system can pilot up to 10 MWp of trackers and allows on-site or remote actions on the trackers thereby considerably reducing frequency of site visits.
Thanks to its short rows, Exotrack HZ smoothly follows undulated topography, drastically decreasing land grading works. Optimized DC wire management allows to reduce wiring costs by 50% compared to other single-axis trackers.
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