Arctech Solar Delivers 575 MW SkySmart II Trackers in North China

Highlights :

  • Arctech Solar has delivered its SkySmart II tracking system to a 575 MW solar project in the Nangong City of North China.
  • The tracker system is 65 meters long in length and provides 200% wind resistance.
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A leading tracking, racking, and BIPV solutions provider, Arctech Solar has announced that it has delivered the SkySmart II tracking system to a 575 MW agriculture-sharing solar project located in Nangong City, Hebei Province, China.

This largest 2P multi-point drive tracking system including the bifacial modules project, endured multiple hits by high winds, and the system’s high stability and reliability have been recognized by business owners and EPCs.

As the project land is scattered, it poses a big challenge for the project layout. However, the SkySmart II tracking system with a length of 65-meter is relatively shorter than most of the 1P trackers, which makes it an ideal choice for the project. At the same time, under the challenges of rising steel prices and short supplies, Arctech delivered trackers in just three months, which enables the project to be completed on time.

Adopting the multi-point parallel drive technology, Arctech SkySmart II provides a 200% increase in wind resistance than other 2P tracking systems and a 52% reduction in foundations than 1P tracking systems, as per the company’s claims. Since, the SkySmart II is equipped with 4X1,500V-strings of solar modules, which makes it compatible with all commercially available solar modules including the 182/210 large modules.

Moreover, with the help of artificial intelligence, tracking control strategy, cloud strategy based on real-time meteorological data, bifacial power generation strategy, and closed-loop feedback strategy, SkySmart II can adapt to various terrains, weather, and land conditions and enable up to 7% of additional energy generation, according to the firm.

Speaking of their achievement, “Cutting-edge technological innovation and reliable product quality are keys for Arctech SkySmart II to win the 575 MW solar project. In addition, with SkySmart II’s successful application in the global project, we believe the tracker market will witness unprecedented prosperity in the upcoming decade with the popularity of both 1P and 2P trackers,” said Guy Rong, President of Global Business at Arctech.

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