As part of the agreement, Soltec has announced the signing of a first contract for the supply of solar trackers for the development of a photovoltaic park in the province of Cuenca (Spain). The project will have a capacity of 50 MW and the supply is expected to begin in the year 2021.
The solar park will supply energy to around 14,000 homes, avoiding the emission of 90,000 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere.
Regarding the technology used, this solar plant will be equipped with bifacial polycrystalline technology (Soltec's SF7 Bifacial tracker), which allows the panels to absorb direct and indirect radiation on both sides. The SF7 Bifacial tracker is one of Soltec's trackers with the most advanced technology, which stands out for its adaptability to the field and weather conditions.
According to Raúl Morales, CEO of Soltec Power Holdings, “Acciona Energía is a strategic client for us, with whom we look forward to continuing to collaborate in the future. We are very grateful for their trust and confidence on us for such an exciting project in Spain.”
With this project, Soltec continues to strengthen its operational backlog. According to the data at the end of the first half of the year, Soltec had a backlog of €363 million, and a pipeline valued at €2,906 million.