23 April 2024

Soltec supplies 130 MW of its SF7 tracker to OHLA in a project in Badajoz

Photovoltaic panels on a Soltec solar tracker over a field with flowers.

The installation of this solar plant will prevent the emission of over 247,000 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere annually

Soltec, a vertically integrated company dedicated to photovoltaic projects with solar trackers, will supply 130 MW of its SF7 tracker for a project to OHLA. The photovoltaic plant will be located in the province of Badajoz.

The solar plant will be equipped with the SF7 solar tracker, one of the company’s flagship trackers. This tracker features a two-module vertical configuration (2P) and stands out for its excellent terrain adaptability and efficiency in both installation and operation and maintenance. The project will feature a total of 2,658 Soltec solar trackers.

The installation of this solar plant will contribute to avoiding the emission of approximately 247,000 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere per year. Additionally, the energy generated in the solar plant corresponds to the amount needed to power over 35,000 homes annually.

“We are delighted to collaborate with such important companies as OHLA in supplying 130 MW of our SF7 solar tracker for their project in Badajoz. This project reflects our ongoing commitment to innovation and the transition to a more sustainable and cleaner energy,” said Soltec CEO, Raúl Morales.

The groundbreaking ceremony for the project has just taken place, so it is expected that construction will commence in the coming weeks.