Mecasolar supplies horizontal trackers to solar plant


July 1, 2015





July 1, 2015




A total of 47 trackers, using 420 axes of up to 10.8 kW per axis, and 18,960 modules of 240 W nominal power will be installed by Mecasolar (Mecanizados Solares SL) in a new solar power project in Korkuteli in Antalya province.

The company said the delivery of equipment of 4.5 MW to the facility situated 390 kilometers southwest of Ankara strengthens its presence in the Balkans, where it plans to develop 30 MW by 2017. According to Mecasolar, headquartered in Fustiñana, Spain, its 140 kW horizontal single-axis tracker is a modular, low-height structure characterized by simple assembly, no welding on location and higher output.

In May, the company said it equipped a new solar project in Miroslava, 400 kilometres north of Bucharest, Romania, with 97 dual axis trackers of 10.31 kW and more than 4,170 photovoltaic modules.

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