This small power plant is designed to withstand a desert climate and the salty humidity, justifying the choice of O-Track Hz.
Et si l’agrivoltaïsme et les centrales solaires devenaient les alliées des cultures sensibles au réchauffement climatique ? C’est le pari lancé par l’entreprise Sun’R et auquel s’est joint Optimum Tracker ainsi qu’un grand nombre de partenaires académiques et industriels au travers du programme de R&D Sun’Agri.
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.
30MW, this is the biggest solar project with construction expected to start this fall in Senegal, contributing to the government’s objective to diversify its energetic mix while participating to the local economic development.