FTC Photo voltaic to ship trackers for APA’s 88-MW photo voltaic venture in Queensland

February 7 (Renewables Now) – US photo voltaic monitoring methods maker FTC Photo voltaic Inc (NASDAQ:FTCI) introduced on Monday that it was awarded a contract to produce its tools for an 88-MW photo voltaic venture in Australia.

The producer mentioned that it’ll provide its 2P Voyager+ trackers to Australian power infrastructure enterprise APA Group (ASX:APA), which can use them for a photo voltaic farm growth in Mica Creek, Queensland.

Late final yr, APA took closing funding selections on the 44-MW phases one and two of the venture after securing energy buy agreements.

For FTC Photo voltaic, the order for Mica Creek represents its largest venture outdoors the US to this point, the corporate mentioned.

“Working with APA, who has been a champion for the renewable power transition in Australia, and UGL Engineering Pty Restricted, who have been awarded the design and construct contract for the venture, will permit us to additional display all the advantages of our differentiated tracker options, in addition to why 2P applied sciences are an vital asset in accelerating solar energy adoption,” commented Sean Hunkler, CEO of FTC Photo voltaic.


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