The University of Arizona will host the single-axis tracking system at its UATechPark's SolarZone, a 200 acre project that brings industry, research and solar demonstration components into a solar integration center. The project is scheduled to be completed this December.
In total, Solon will provide 11 of its Single Axis trackers, utilizing 5,808 275-watt solar modules manufactured in the U.S. "Tucson Electric Power is committed to developing innovative strategies to expand the use of solar power in our community," said Paul Bonavia, chairman, president and CEO of TEP and its parent company, UniSource Energy Corporation.
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