Arctech Solar delivers 575MW trackers for giant Oman PV plant
31 May 2020

Arctech Solar, a leading solar tracking and racking system provider, announced that it has completed the tracker production and shipment of the major tracker components from China for Ibri II project in Oman.

This project, which has a major investment from Saudi-based Acwa Power, is not only the largest utility-scale photovoltaic (PV) plant in the Middle East to date, but also one of the world’s largest PV plant boasting single-axis trackers and bifacial modules.

Considering the project was set up in the harsh tropical desert environment and equipped with bifacial modules, SkyLine (1P) tracking system, one of the most advanced innovative products of Arctech, was an ideal match for the project, what is thought to be the best combination of the two cutting edge technologies in the world, said the statement from the company.

After years of R&D investment by Arctech, SkyLine trackers adapt to all types climates and terrains due to its self-learning ability and easy installation, which can greatly increase the energy yield and lower LCOE, it stated.

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