Arctech To Reveal The First 1P Tracker With The Synchronous Multi-Point Drive Mechanism In Intersolar 2022


Arctech, the world’s leading tracking, racking, and BIPV solutions provider, announced it would attend the Intersolar 2022 in Munich from May 11th to 13th with the latest offering from the well-acclaimed Sky series, the horizontal single-axis solar tracking system SkyLine II, the first 1P (one-in-portrait) tracker designed with pentagonal torque tube and synchronous multi-point drive mechanism.


The team will also present and hold workshops around the whitepaper released in March on how to increase PV Energy Yield with Superior Stow Parameters. On the back of already tight global fuel markets from last year, the Russia-Ukraine war has pushed spot coal and gas prices to record highs, making wholesale power prices skyrocket around the world and leading to discussions around the role of clean energy in the world’s energy mix.


Efforts to increase European security of supply in response to the war could lead to an additional 320 GW of renewables capacity to be added between now and 2030. The aspiration of the Repower EU roadmap is to make the European Union independent from Russian fossil fuels “well before 2030.” The immediate response will be the return of retired coal and nuclear capacity and delay of retirements, a price-driven switch from gas to coal, and a reduction in the end-use demand resulting from high commodity prices for gas and power.4 In the longer term, replacing gas will require an acceleration of renewable build. The goal is to front-load renewables deployment by doubling capacity by 2025 and tripling it by 2030. 

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Arctech has been entering the Europe Market since 2018 and now the company has been facilitated by the R&D team, Service Center, Project team and OEM center which qualified for manufacturing major components including posts, purlins, and Torque tubes among others in the region.


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