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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 Power

Company Sector: Manufacturing

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

Partner Status: Marketing Partner


SOLTEC – SFOne single axis tracker

SOLTEC - SFOne single axis tracker

SFOne is the 1P single-axis tracker by Soltec. This tracker combines the mechanical simplicity with the extraordinary expertise of Soltec for more than 18 years. Specially designed for larger 72 an 78 cell modules, this tracker is self-powered thanks to its dedicated module, which results into a lower cost-operational power supply. The SFOne has a 5% less piles than standard competitor, what reduces a 75% the labor time.


PV Forecasts and Managing Supply Chain Issues and Customer Expectations

Planning and pipeline transparency are essential, and customers need to be made aware of the items that can threaten deadlines well in advance.

The Importance Solar Warranties and Customer Service

Historically, the focus has always been on the CAPEX of projects when deciding on one company or another. But what time and experience has shown many clients is that OPEX must also be taken into account in this selection.

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


The studies have been carried out by an independent consultant, with data provided by Soltec for a 50 MW plant using proprietary software.


Soltec’s new algorithm for bifacial modules searches for the optimal position of solar trackers in a PV plant taking into account the sum of front and back radiation.

Press Releases

Soltec introduces hail defense algorithm for enhanced solar module protection

• Innovative technology mitigates hail damage risk across photovoltaic installations • The whitepaper highlights the vulnerabilities of solar modules to hail damage, emphasizing the unpredictable and destructive nature of hailstorms, with 2021 losses in the United States alone exceeding $1 billion • Soltec's Hail Algorithm ensures a swift response minimizing module exposure to hail impacts and offering unparalleled protection for solar installations

Soltec teams up with Aplitop to optimize earthworks in photovoltaic solar plants

● The partnership between both companies bridges two key sectors: topography and solar energy ● This tool aims to simplify tasks involved in solar energy installations, resulting in time and resource savings

Soltec inaugurates its first green hydrogen laboratory

• The company aims to further advance its understanding of the future of energy by exploring the full potential of hydrogen in applications such as storage and transportation. • The laboratory is equipped for experimentation with various electrolyzers and technology optimization, covering processes from water purification to hydrogen storage studies.

Soltec to supply 92 MW of its SF7 Solar Tracker to a project in Virginia, United States

• SFOne reduces the number of components, incorporates pre-assembled sets, and simplifies installation, thereby reducing costs • Soltec has manufacturing capabilities in the United States, reinforcing its commitment to the US market and local economies • It is a dual-row solar tracker that reduces 50% of electronics and motors

Soltec confirms turnaround, reporting an EBITDA margin of 8.6% in the third quarter of the year in the industrial division, with cumulative revenues of 304 million euros

● Revenues reached 304 million euros in the first nine months of the year and 120 million euros in the third quarter ● In the industrial business, the company signed 720 MW in November and has more than 1.5 GW of additional contracts, with signings imminent

TotalEnergies and Soltec obtain construction authorization for a 200 MW project in Murcia

• The plant will prevent the emission of over 3 million tons of CO2 into the atmosphere over its 30-year lifespan • The plant, with construction set to begin in 2024, will create more than 2,200 jobs, both direct and indirect, during its construction phase

Soltec to supply 92 MW of its SF7 Solar Tracker to a project in Virginia, United States

• The plant will prevent the emission of 164,588 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere • The project is expected to begin delivery during the first quarter of 2024

Soltec to Supply 302 MW of its SF7 Solar Tracker to a Project in Missouri, United States

• The plant will prevent the emission of 163,080 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere. • The project will feature Soltec's cutting-edge technology and its most widely deployed tracker model.

Soltec supplies 50 MW of solar trackers to Renantis in Italy

• Projects are located in the regions of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Puglia, and Sicily • These projects will prevent the emission of approximately 91,000 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere and will produce energy to power around 7,700 households

Soltec signed 2.3 GW of contracts by September and expects strong growth in the second half of the year, with more than 2 GW of contracts to be signed imminently

Revenues of 107.8 million euros for the quarter and 184.5 million euros for the first six months, due to the low volumes of activity in the first half of the year, as announced by the company at the beginning of the year


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