Array Technologies Ships 22 MWs to Victorville, CA
Victor Phelan Solar Facility utilizes DuraTrack™ HZ tracking technology
Albuquerque, NM – 4/4/13 – Array Technologies has completed shipping a 22 MWdc (17MWac) DuraTrack™ HZ system for the Victor Phelan solar facility near Victorville, CA. Constructed by international engineering procurement and construction company AMEC and developed by Recurrent Energy, the solar installation will provide power to local businesses and residents in the Victorville area.
With over 1 GW shipped and more in the pipeline, Array Technologies’ DuraTrack™ HZ tracking system was chosen for the project, due to its ability to generate the highest return on investment in the industry today. Known for its durable build, reliable operation and robust performance, the DuraTrack™ HZ tracker’s innovative articulating driveline design allows for easy installation on any terrain, and the system maximizes ground cover while minimizing material costs to ensure maximum returns for any PV project.
The Victorville site is one of over 100 solar installations in California that utilizes Array Technologies’ DuraTrack™ HZ tracking system.
About Array Technologies:
Array Technologies is a market leader in tracking technology for utility, commercial and residential solar electric systems. The company has been pioneering robust, reliable and easy-to-install solar tracking systems for over two decades, and engineers and manufactures in the USA. For more information about Array Technologies, Inc., please visit www.arraytechinc.com.
AMEC (LSE: AMEC) is a focused supplier of consultancy, engineering and project management services to its customers in the world’s oil and gas, mining, clean energy, environment and infrastructure markets. With annual revenues of over US$6.6 billion, AMEC designs, delivers and maintains strategic and complex assets and employs over 29,000 people in around 40 countries worldwide. See amec.com
About Recurrent Energy:
Recurrent Energy is a leading solar project developer marketing clean power to utilities and large energy users. The company is meeting rising energy demand by building a portfolio of clean power plants located where they are needed most. Recurrent Energy is a U.S. subsidiary of Sharp Corporation. Additional details are available at www.recurrentenergy.com.