Array Technologies Gets Foothold In Australia

Jon Capistrano
Jon Capistrano
April 6, 2017

The pioneer and global leader in reliable solar tracking solutions Array Technologies announced its expansion to the Australian market and the opening of its office in Sydney. The new Sydney office opening is another sign of the company’s continued global solar energy leadership.

Array Technologies have expanded from its manufacturing base in the United States to become a global provider of time-proven track solutions in its 28-year history. The company has provided 6 gigawatts, 375 projects and 12,000 gigawatt-years of reliable operation in place today. The company now brings their expertise and technology to the Australian solar market with the opening of the local Australian entity and a new business in Sydney.

The country’s utility-scale solar pipeline is booming with expected growth of four gigawatts over the next 5 years. Solar energy is steadily growing in Australia as capital investments decline. This makes the country a very appealing for yield-boosting technologies like trackers.

Array Technologies bring essential economic advantages to this market with faster solar tracker installation speeds and reduced maintenance.

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