Single-axis ISOTRACKER solar trackers to construct Mexico’s first photovoltaic solar power pilot plant.
· The company MICROM S.A. (Condumex Group) has been awarded the public contract to build the pilot photovoltaic power plant.<!–[endif]–>
· ISOFOTON is to supply panels and trackers from its single-axis ISOTRACKER range.<!–[endif]–>
· The facility is set to become the first photovoltaic facility featuring tracking technology to be commissioned in the Republic of Mexico.<!–[endif]–>
ISOFOTON is to supply a grand total of 4,172 ISF-240 solar panels, along with the necessary single-axis ISOTRACKER solar trackers to construct Mexico’s first photovoltaic solar power pilot plant, which will be located in the municipality of Mulegé close to the city of Santa Rosalía in Baja California Sur (Mexico).
Following a tender process, the company MICROM, S.A. was awarded the contract for the plant, while ISOFOTON will help with the construction by delivering the technology, solar modules and trackers needed to design, plan, construct and develop the facility.
The project named“Pilot 1 MW Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in Santa Rosalía” will entail an investment of 78 million Mexican pesos and marks the first photovoltaic plant featuring tracking technology to be rolled out by the Mexican Federal Electricity Board (Comisión Federal de Electricidad) in the Republic of Mexico. Its construction stems from the energy policy of the Federal Government, encompassing the 2007-2012 National Development Plan, which is unflinchingly committed to renewable energies, particularly photovoltaic solar energy.
ISOFOTON is staunchly committed to the Americas and this new project cements its position of leadership throughout the continent.
ISOFOTON is a global company with presence in more than 60 countries, a pioneer and leader in the design, manufacture and supply of solar energy solutions and committed to the sustainable development of our planet. The company focuses its activity on three technological areas: Photovoltaic, thermal and high-concentration photovoltaic (www.isofoton.com).