PVH supplied Axone Duo double-row solar tracker to the 264 MW Valdesolar project, Repsol's photovoltaic plant in Spain. This facility, which is located in the province of Badajoz, represents a new milestone in a year that has been particularly complicated due to the situation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
By doing so we demonstrate that we have diligently adapted our production processes from our headquarters in Valencia, where we already have three factories and from where we operate for some of the largest photovoltaic projects worldwide. Emilio García, COO:"Being the supplier of solar structures for Repsol's largest project in Spain is a success that reflects our work in the entire solar PV tracking value chain".
In addition, he points out, "We thank Repsol for the trust placed in our experience, technology and professionalism. We continue to work to develop solutions that increasingly optimise our clients' projects.". In addition, the installation has a long-range communication system that simplifies the network infrastructure, allowing the entire plant to be covered with fewer antennas, controlling the thousands of solar trackers more efficiently.
Valdesolar has our Axone Duo solar tracker, designed and tested in adverse climatology and which adapts optimally to the weather conditions possible in the location where the project is located, caused by wind, solar irradiation and orography.
It is estimated that the installation will generate enough clean energy to cover the electricity demand of approximately 140,000 homes per year, avoiding the emission of 211,000 tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere.