NEXTracker announced today it has delivered its PV technology to India's solar tracker power plant, in collaboration with Adani Power Ltd. Located in the State of Punjab, the project is 105MW and is already 50% installed and commissioned.
"We are playing an active role in supporting India's National Action Plan for Climate Change to help our country reach 100GW by 2022 by deploying 10GW of solar in that time," said Jayant Parimal, CEO of Adani Green Energy. "We're very pleased to be incorporating NEXTracker's advanced solar tracking system into our utility-scale PV projects; their high quality components and solid financial backing by Flex are important aspects of our solar strategy. After evaluating NEXTracker's technology, we found the system's balanced design and robust wind capability are ideal for our environmental and soil conditions, and will help maximize energy yield and cost savings."
"Adani is a visionary energy and infrastructure firm that's focused on ensuring that development – especially in emerging economies – is sustainable; their leadership has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to deploying clean technologies to meet the world's growing energy needs," noted NEXTracker CEO Dan Shugar. "We're honored to be partnering with Adani to design and deploy high-performance utility-scale solar power projects.