Register Your Company Here

Marketing Partner



Soltec technical reliability comes from our team of amazing people combining seasoned solar tracker experience with young talent and cutting-edge technology to push the boundaries of innovation within standard product cost-effectiveness criteria. Customers choose Soltec for the combined cost-effectiveness of high-yield equipment with high-tolerance installation features, and the proven reliability of Soltec to meet project criteria of schedule, cost and quality.

Mailing Address:
5800 Las Positas Road
Livermore, CA 94551
United States of America

Tel: 510 440 9200




Company Category: Solar & Wind

Geographic Region: USA - South West

Company Sector: Manufacturing

Keywords: solar, tracking, trackers, engineering, utility, single axis

Partner Status: Marketing Partner




Under the slogan "engineered for greatness", the SF8 tracker aims to revolutionize the photovoltaic market with its new minimum 2x60 configuration and 4 to 6-strings. This tracker is elegantly designed while it reinforces its structure to perform in any terrain. In addition, the SF8 tracker increases the rigidity of its structure by 22% more than the previous generation of Soltec trackers, the SF7. The SF8 is specially designed for larger 72 and 78 cell modules, an increasing market trend.


COVID-19 & Looking Ahead to 2021 and Beyond, Insights from Soltec

Soltec Power Holdings is continuously studying and investing in innovation to offer the best products to the market. In 2020 we introduced our new SF8 tracker, under the slogan "designed for greatness".

Soltec VP of Sales USA - “We Will Supply Over 500 Mw in the Us in the First Half of 2020”

According to the US PV market study of Wood Mackenzie, throughout 2020 more than 6 GW will be installed in photovoltaic projects, of which Soltec will install almost 600 MW. Colin Caufield, Soltec VP of Sales USA reveals the company’s next movements.

Designing Solar Arrays for Extreme Weather

After a storm like Michael or Florence, it may take weeks or months to fully restore electricity. Solar and energy storage technologies can help address immediate, short-term needs while building a resilient electricity grid for the future.

White Papers

This Company does not currently have any White Papers

Press Releases

Soltec signs 234 MW contract with Statkraft for four plants in Cadiz

• The project, which comprises the construction of four photovoltaic plants, will generate 500 GWh of clean energy per year and will avoid the emission of 120,000 tonnes of CO2 per year. • With this agreement, Soltec continues to strengthen its backlog, which closed the first quarter of 2021 at record levels.

Soltec launches new SFOne tracker

• The tracker adds a 1-in-vertical configuration with two connected rows to the company's product portfolio • Its 1P configuration, thanks to a lower structure, allows it to reduce visual impact • SFOne provides similar ease of installation to the SF7, reducing construction time by 75%. • Soltec to offer its new product in all markets where it operates

Soltec further strengthens operational capacity in a first quarter and confirms guidance

• The company's guidance for financial year 2021 remains intact, with good visibility for the year 2021. • Rising solar panel prices and raw materials, slowed reactivation of PV projects postponed by the pandemic. • This was reflected in Soltec Power Holdings' results, with revenues of €28.4 million, an adjusted Ebitda of -€7.1 million and a net profit of -€4.5 million. • Despite this impact, operating indicators continue to strengthen and reached a record high. Compared to the same period last year, Soltec Industrial's backlog and pipeline increased 67% and 17%, respectively. • Powertis continues to show evidence of strong business performance and in the first quarter rotated 95 MW in Spain. Additionally it reflects partly the positive impact from the 249 MW rotated in December to Aquila, while its pipeline exceeds 6 GW. • The company maintains a solid financial position, with a net cash of €7.3 million.

Soltec signs supply contract for 359 MW project in Brazil

• The contract boosts the company's operating indicators (operating backlog) at Soltec Industrial. • The Brazilian market is strategic for Soltec Power Holdings, where it has a clear leadership position with a market share of 35.7% and a track record of 2.2 G in installed projects (of a total of 8.4 GW for the company as a whole).

SOLTEC launches Solarfighter, the first all-in-one solar kit for distributed generation

• This product - service, intended for projects of up to 12 MW, is the first ever complete kit comprising all equipment needed to build a photovoltaic tracking plant. • The package includes SF7 solar trackers and photovoltaic modules, as well as BoP systems and batteries for storage projects, amongst other devices.

Powertis starts construction in Brazil of two PV plants with total capacity of 225 MW

Both plants will contribute to avoiding the emission of 350,000 tonnes of CO2 per year and will supply 230,000 homes annually. Their construction will create 2,800 direct and indirect local jobs.

Soltec signs 852 MW in Brazil for the largest bifacial tracker project in Latin America

• Soltec Power Holdings has signed a contract in Brazil with Focus Energia to supply solar trackers for a total of 852 MW. • This is the first phase of what will be the largest project with bifacial trackers in Latin America. • Soltec is committed to Brazil for its potential as a strategic PV market, where it already has a market share of 35.7% and a track record of more than 2.2 GW in projects executed in the country.

Soltec completes a year marked by the impact of COVID-19 with record backlog and pipeline in both its industrial and development activities

COVID-19 impacted on activity at Soltec's Industrial division in Q2 and Q4, causing execution delays for certain projects. This was compounded by an increase in certain extraordinary costs, mainly personnel and transport, due to the pandemic.

The SF7 Bifacial tracker produces 2.1% more energy in the second year of study on bifacial technology at BiTEC

• This 2.1% increase in energy translates into nearly $1.4 million in additional profit for a 100 MW PV plant • The Bifacial Tracking Evaluation Center has confirmed that Soltec's SF7 Bifacial tracker generates up to 15.7% more bifacial gain in high albedo conditions

Soltec presents SF7 Tandem, the first two-row solar tracker with a 2-in-portrait configuration

• The SF7 Tandem reduces the number of motors and controllers by half, reducing costs • Its system connection with a cardan joint at a height of 1.80 meters allows the passage of vehicles and cleaning robots


Search The Directory

(separate each word with a space)