The Spanish company Grupo Clavijo has supplied all of the fixed structures for the Oriana I and Oriana II PV plants, with capacities of 28.62 and 29.03 MWp respectively, in the municipality of Isabela, Puerto Rico, which are owned by Sonnedix and were each completed within five months. The dual-column structures used were installed with a tilt angle of up to 20˚ in certain areas and robustly designed in accordance with the local conditions, being based near the sea. Their design means that they can be seamlessly adapted to the terrain and are quick and easy to assemble.
Grupo Clavijo has over 10 years of experience in the photovoltaic sector, with over 1.2 GW installed across the world. It has a strong presence on the American continent, where it has installed PV plants in both Latin America (Chile, Mexico,Honduras, Uruguay and El Salvador) and the USA.
Grupo Clavijo has various production plants in Spain, the USA, Chile and Brazil and offices on the East and West Coasts of the USA and in Abu Dhabi, Chile and Brazil, as well as having its corporate headquarters in Spain.
Source: Grupo Clavijo