Nextracker, a US-based expert in intelligent solar tracker and software solutions, has contracted for 10 GW per annum of assembling limit in India.
Nextracker produces its solar tracker systems with more than 80% home-grown substance for utility-scale power generation projects in India. The organization has collaborated with 11 assembling providers with 13 production lines situated the nation over. "With this essential endeavour, Nextracker isn't just speeding up project execution timetables yet in addition guaranteeing energy supply security, lower costs, neighbourhood occupations, and monetary turn of events," expressed Nextracker.
Dan Shugar, Nextracker founder and Chief, said the organization has over 5 GW of systems under fulfilment or operational.
Nextracker's flagship products include NX Horizon for level territories and NX Horizon XTR for huge scope PV projects sent on inclining ground. NX Horizon XTR takes into consideration column adaptability and ground following without the additional intricacy and mechanical gamble of enunciated joints.
The Horizon XTR, as per the maker, is intended to follow the normal shapes of the current ground and needn't bother with to be introduced in a solitary plane, diminishing the length of establishment heaps and limiting reviewing.
Nextracker has over 200 staff at its Hyderabad office, which is participated in Research and development, designing, producing, after-deals support, and so on, some of its prominent customers include EPC companies such as Sterling and Wilson Renewable Energy, Amara Raja Infra Private Limited, and Rays Power Infra, as well as established developers such as NTPC.