Arctech Solar Provides 46MW Racking System to Japan

For the first time the company bring a fixed-mounting structure, with more adjustable joints, to the Japanese market.

Solar Panel Mounting System

Solar tracking and racking systems provider Arctech Solar has provided 46MW racking system to a solar power plant in Gunma, Japan.

For the first time the company bring a fixed-mounting structure, with more adjustable joints, to the Japanese market.

The company is expected to start commercial operation of the project in early 2019, once it is connected to the local power grid, it will start power generation for local residents.

Arctech has supplied its single pole solution to the project, which is being set up on a golf course in hilly terrain.

Moreover, the single pole structure can adapt well to N-S and E-W slopes on the back of unique design of joints and adjustable connectors.

Besides, it is having the advantage of efficient factory pre-assembly and welding-free installation method at project site, the single pole solution brings significant economic value to the investors by minimizing the field installation labor cost.

Commenting on the development, Arctech Solar, International Business, President, Guy Rong said, “We are excited with the progress that Arctech Solar is making on the development and construction of projects in Japan. Also, I am proud of the strong partnerships that we are building with reputable Japanese companies to develop, build and operate solar plants. In future, we will certainly remain committed to providing Japan PV market with efficient and economic solar tracking and racking systems.”

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Manu Tayal

Manu Tayal

Manu is an Associate Editor at Saur Energy International where she writes and edits clean & green energy news, featured articles and interview industry veterans with a special focus on solar, wind and financial segments.

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