This small power plant is designed to withstand a desert climate and the salty humidity, justifying the choice of O-Track Hz.
What if solar power plants were teamed up with crops sensitive to global warming? This was the gamble taken by the company Sun’R seven years ago, which has now been joined by Optimum Tracker and a large number of academic and industrial partners through the Sun’Agri R&D program.
Two years after the construction of the 3.5MW tracker plant at Podio Alto in the Gard, Générale du Solaire has reaffirmed its trust in Optimum Tracker by commissioning it to build two new projects in the Gard and the Vaucluse totalling more than 13MW.
Construction work has started on the Santhiou Mékhé plant in Senegal: six Optimum Tracker machines have been deployed to drill the more than 10,000 holes at the site, while the Senegalese office is now up and running in the City of Dakar.
Optimum Tracker has won the Grand Prix Growth Companies 2016 in the GreenTech and Energies category. This prize is organized by Leaders League, the media agency editing Les Decideurs Magazine.
Madyan De Welle went to the award night on June 29th in Paris where 400 prestigious guest from Renewable Energy Industry and financial area had a diner together.
The jury was componed of Hedge Fund or Private Equity’s members experts in accompagnying growth companies, as well as expert from Renewable Energy Industry. This prize reward the company’s work and team involvment to contribute to the energetic transition.
We are proud to be exhibiting at Intersolar Europe, and we hope to see you there!
Be sure to visit Optimum Tracker at the Internationales Congress Center München in one week, on the French Pavillon Hall 3, Booth 250. We will present our Smart Generation of single axis tracker – O-Track®Hz, the 3rd Generation of Sun Trackers. And, we will display our new innovation Opti-Skycontrol to enhance your production.
Our team will wait for you to answer your questions!
The Directors of Optimum Tracker’s Divisions went to the PEWA Show in Johannesburg, partly to meet the local solar-power players, and partly to tour the development centres that may soon become groundbreaking plants. Recruitment is also underway to seize opportunities for South Africa.
The Elysée Palace invited Optimum Tracker along on President François Hollande’s trip on April 16 and 19.
Egypt and Jordan are just now launching their energy transition, relying on their exceptional solar resources in the Mediterranean Basin. Egypt’s President Al Sissi highlighted the knowledge and expertise of French companies in this field, opening the door to fruitful collaboration between French and Egyptian players in the field.