This news is classified in: Sustainable Energy Solar
Mar 29, 2023
Nextracker has signed a multi-year volume commitment agreement with Strata Clean Energy to supply 810 megawatts (MW) of trackers for large-scale solar power projects in Texas, Arizona, and Virginia. Consistent with Nextracker’s years-long campaign to grow its partnerships with US suppliers, much of the equipment will be sourced from U.S. factories.
“We are thrilled to sign this multi-year supply agreement with Nextracker”, said Markus Wilhelm, CEO Strata Clean Energy. “Strata continues to grow with a mission to mainstream low-cost solar power by working with key partners like Nextracker. Nextracker’s leading-edge solar tracking technology enables a light-on-land approach that minimizes grading, maximizes energy performance, and incorporates clean US-made steel, creating energy jobs benefitting the US economy.”
“We are honored to be supporting Strata’s growth with this supply agreement”,” said Dan Shugar, Founder and CEO of Nextracker. “Strata’s integrated model of solar and storage development, EPC, and operations generates value for utilities and landowners. Our expanded U.S. supply chain is well positioned for their needs to reliably deliver high performing solar power plants, while creating more jobs in communities across the country. We’re excited to enter into this agreement with Strata to deliver low-cost high-performing solar power plants.”
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“Transforming American energy with solar projects that are optimized for unmatched performance is crucial to our mission,” said Leni John, Chief Procurement Officer of Strata. “Nextracker’s intelligent, integrated smart solar tracker and software solutions help transform PV projects into high-efficiency power generation plants.”