Soltec manufactures in Argentina the main parts of its horizontal SF7 single-axis solar tracker
Soltec has obtained the Code Provider Product (CPP) accreditation as Local Manufacturer in Argentina. This code, which can be consulted in the Renewable Energy Provider Register (ReProEr), was created by Argentina’s National Industrial Technology Institute (INTI) to promote the use of renewable energy and locally manufactured goods.
“Since Soltec’s establishment in Argentina, obtaining this accreditation has been a priority in the Soltec mission to help customers find success there. Local manufacturing will benefit the customer experience in supply and construction phases, and will benefit customer solidarity campaigns by measurably improving people’s lives,” says José María Celdrán, Regional General Manager for Andean Countries and the Southern Cone. “We appreciate INTI’s disposition and support throughout the whole process.”
Soltec Argentina offers in-country the SF7 superior tracking solution for solar PV power plants. “Local manufacturing means that Soltec can offer shorter lead-times, and it establishes the factory-base of Soltec’s comprehensive Factory Service Plans. Argentina is serious with renewable energy objectives, and the CPP accreditation is strategic to our plans in the country for the next 12 months. It follows on our formula of global growth into the most interesting solar PV tracker markets,” said Soltec CEO Raul Morales.