Soltec, a vertically integrated company dedicated to photovoltaic projects, has signed an agreement with Renantis for the supply of their solar trackers for 50 MW of photovoltaic projects in various locations in Italy.
The projects located in the regions of Friuli-Venezia Giulia and Puglia, named Terzo, La Manganizza, and Galatone, will feature SF7 solar trackers, Soltec’s most advanced 2P vertical tracker on the market. Meanwhile, the Sugherotorto project, located in the Sicily region, will be equipped with the SFOne tracker, the company’s 1P double-row tracker with a lower height structure that helps reduce the visual impact of the plants while maximizing energy efficiency.
The construction of these photovoltaic plants will involve the installation of a total of 1,142 solar trackers and 87,862 photovoltaic modules. In addition, their commissioning will prevent the emission of approximately 91,000 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere and will produce the energy needed to power around 7,700 homes.
“We are delighted to announce this agreement with Renantis in Italy. This step reflects our shared commitment to drive the adoption of clean and efficient energy around the world. This partnership in the country will allow us not only to contribute to the growth of the solar industry, but also to provide concrete solutions to Italy’s commitment to a sustainable energy future,” said Raul Morales, CEO of Soltec.