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Nextracker reaches 10GW milestone in Middle East, Africa and India solar markets

Nextracker, a leading global provider of intelligent solar trackers and software solutions, announced it has surpassed a corporate milestone of 10 GW of smart solar trackers either operational or under fulfilment for projects located in the Middle East, Africa, and India. In parallel timing with the United Nations COP28 Climate Change Conference held in Dubai, this milestone was achieved this month after securing significant orders in the region.

Dan Shugar, Nextracker founder and CEO said, “This is a region marked by a wide range of energy transition needs and opportunities, and we’re proud to have reached this significant milestone. We continue to invest in these markets with sales, engineering, and professional services teams to better serve our customers throughout the entire solar project lifecycle. The company is laser-focused on anticipating our customers’ needs and delivering the industry’s most reliable solar tracker and software solutions with unmatched wind design engineering and proven performance.”

Hinde Liepmannsohn, Executive Director, Middle East Solar Industry Association, said, “Nextracker, a long-standing MESIA Member (Middle East Solar Industry Association), has demonstrated its commitment to serve as a high-value strategic partner to the major development entities responsible for the region’s most important utility-scale renewable energy projects. From onsite project management and engineering support to systems designed for fast, easy solar installation with advanced software, technology, and robotic cleaning to optimize energy production, the Nextracker team continues to demonstrate the ability to bring measurable value and impact across the lifecycle of these mega clean-energy projects.”

With these markets representing an opportunity for utility-scale solar growth across the region, Nextracker ramped up its domestic content and manufacturing program in the Middle East and India, engaging local partners to provide steel and critical components for its solar trackers across the region.

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