Nextracker, a Flex firm, introduced that it has entered right into a strategic partnership with Shanghai Electric to provide over one gigawatt of its world-leading photo voltaic tracker expertise, NX Horizon to spice up vitality manufacturing for section 5 of Dubai’s Mohammed Bin Rashid Solar Park – the most important within the Middle East. Located 50 kilometers south of Dubai, the Mohammed Bin Rashid Solar Park is owned by the Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA) and shall be tasked with driving the town in direction of the formidable objective of producing 75 p.c of its vitality via renewables by 2050.
With near 40 gigawatts of its photo voltaic tracker expertise below building or working globally, Nextracker has a confirmed monitor report of delivering superior PV techniques on schedule. Side-by-side take a look at outcomes revealed in a current white paper in collaboration with impartial testing supplier PV Evolution Labs (PVEL), present that NX Horizon supplies a further 1.02 p.c to 1.67 p.c of DC-side bifacial beneficial properties as in comparison with different 1P single-axis tracker designs.
Nextracker’s NX Horizon sensible photo voltaic tracker system combines best-in-class and software program to assist engineering, procurement and building (EPC) corporations and asset homeowners maximize efficiency and decrease operations and upkeep prices.
Nextracker, primarily based in Fremont California, will proceed to work intently with Shanghai Electric, offering onsite help via the set up, commissioning and handover phases, with the undertaking due for completion in 2023.
Nextracker, a Flex firm, is a frontrunner within the vitality transition, offering vital yield enhancing PV system expertise, experience and strategic companies to seize the total worth and maximize the effectivity of photo voltaic vegetation.
(Source: Shanghai Electric – Image: Mohammed Bin Rashid photo voltaic park/ProTenders)
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