MECASOLAR announces its new business structure and strengthens further its product catalogue

The leading tracking manufacturing company participated in INTERSOLAR Europe 2017 fair in Munich where it showcased its brand new HYPERION-SR® (single-row), as well as its optimized tracker model HYPERION-MR® (multi-row).

The leading tracking manufacturing company participated in INTERSOLAR Europe 2017 fair in Munich where it showcased its brand new HYPERION-SR® (single-row), as well as its optimized tracker model HYPERION-MR® (multi-row).

At the same time, the Spanish multi-national announced the establishment of its new holding company, MECASOLAR Technologies SL., that acquired all operations, property rights and current holdings and retaining the Spanish headquarters.
Under the new structure, the company has appointed Mr. Alexandros Giannis as its new CEO. Mr. Giannis is a highly-experienced executive in the field of Photovoltaic market with years of operation throughout its value chain.
Since 2005, MECASOLAR has been a pioneer in the R&D of state-of-the-art trackers while as a manufacturer, it has supplied hundreds of MWs around the globe on tracking and fixed mounting systems.
Mr. Giannis commented on the above proceedings: "We are all very proud to announce the new structure of MECASOLAR and at the same time present our products. They will be promoted throughout our international branches and serve our current pipeline target of 500 MW for 2017".

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