STI Norland is awarded the supply of solar trackers for more than 365 MWp in Mexico

The Mexican subsidiary of STI Norland has started supplying the solar trackers to be installed at Santiago PV plants 231 MWdc-170 MWac in the state of San Luis de Potosí, and Hermosillo PV plant 136 MWdc- 100 MWac in the state of Sonora. Both PV plants are being developed by Iberdrola Renovables and where Iberdrola Ingeniería y Construcción develops the EPC (Engineering Procurement and Construction)

Construction of the projects has already begun and both plants are expected to be operational by 2018.
1,424 solar trackers STI-H1250 will give support to more than 1,000,000 photovoltaic panels. If all trackers were placed in a straight line, they would cover a distance of more than 1,048 km.

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For STI Norland these projects represent the entry into the market for photovoltaic energy in Mexico, a country that, in recent years, has initiated a clear commitment to renewable energy. In 2016, 3.6 photovoltaic gigawatts were awarded in Mexico in the first two long-term clean energy tenders.

Source: STI Norland