Sunfolding Supplies Trackers to Utility Scale Project in the South East
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, OCTOBER 1, 2018 – Sunfolding today announced that the company has added another project to its portfolio with a major solar EPC provider on the East Coast. One of the projects announced in August recently broke ground in the North East. The latest addition is a 5 MW project in South Carolina that breaks ground in November. The projects are part of a growing portfolio with the EPC.
“We are thrilled to be adding more MWs of Sunfolding T29s to our partner’s portfolio,” noted Sunfolding’s VP of Sales, Karsten Mall. “Our EPC customers greatly benefit from the tracker’s easy installation, which allows them to readily meet revenue-dependent milestones.” Time trials on the Sunfolding T29 demonstrate it installs in one-third the time as traditional trackers.
The Sunfolding T29 is being deployed in multiple projects across the United States. Using proven technology and production methods from the automotive industry, backed by an American-based supply chain, Sunfolding delivers a tracking system that is durable, cost-effective, and can scale to meet any demand.
Sunfolding designs and manufactures simpler solar trackers that fuel the future of smart solar and move our world forward. Sunfolding’s flagship product, the Sunfolding T29™, features seriously simplified components. The Sunfolding T29 makes solar power plants easy to install and smarter to operate, with motor-free tracker rows and 95% fewer maintenance locations.
Founded in 2012 and headquartered in San Francisco, Sunfolding operates in the United States and Australia. For more information, visit sunfolding.com and join our Newsletter.
Gwen Rose, VP Marketing