Solar FlexRack TDPTM Turnkey Trackers Solution is Installed in Nebraska’s Largest Solar Plant, Owned and Operated by Enerparc Inc.

The milestone 5 MW project, located just outside of Lincoln, NE offsets 5,300 tons of CO2 annually and is generating enough solar electricity to power 900 homes.

Solar FlexRack™, a division of Northern States Metals and an innovative leader in photovoltaic mounting and tracking solutions, announced today the largest solar power generation plant in Nebraska is installed with its TDP Turnkey Trackers Solution. The tracking solution is an optimized technology bundled with a full suite of solar project services and support for commercial and utility-scale solar installations. The milestone 5 MW project, located just outside of Lincoln, Nebraska, was built and financed by Enerparc Inc., and installed by NESCO.


Delivering the industry's lowest total cost solar project solution, the TDP Turnkey Trackers put a world-class team of experts at the service of project developers, EPCs and installers. Enerparc, a growing project development company in the US with more than 1.6 GW of solar installed worldwide, selected the TDP Trackers (single-axis) for the Holdrege Solar Center based on Solar FlexRack's track record of success.

Florent Abadie, CEO of Enerparc Inc. said, "We selected Solar FlexRack TDP Trackers based on our previous successful experience with Solar FlexRack, and especially because of the great turnkey services packaged with the product ensuring a smooth installation. Once again, we were not disappointed."

"Enerparc is conscious of the important balance between costs and quality. They pay meticulous attention to the work they do and build quality solar projects that investors can bank on," said Steve Daniel, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Solar FlexRack.

During construction, Enerparc reported that almost 40% of the construction crew was hired locally. The project was commissioned on schedule and is operational. It is offsetting 5,300 tons of CO2 annually and is generating enough solar electricity to power 900 homes.


About Solar FlexRack
Solar FlexRack, a division of Northern States Metals, is an integrated solar company that offers custom-designed, fixed tilt ground mount and single-axis tracking systems in the commercial and utility scale, solar mounting industry. Solar FlexRack also offers full turnkey packages, including engineering, geotechnical, pullout testing, field, layout, and installation services to address the actual site conditions of an installation, providing a full scope of services from design to delivery and installation. Solar FlexRack has completed more than 1 GW of solar racking installations in 32 states across America and five countries globally. For more information, visit www.solarflexrack.com

About Enerparc Inc.
Enerparc Inc. is a privately-held corporation specializing in the development, financing, construction and operation of solar photovoltaic power plants. Enerparc has built over 1.6 GW of capacity, owns over 950 MW and operates about 1.2 GW of operating assets. These unique achievements position Enerparc as the second largest solar investor in Europe. With its in-house specialists, Enerparc is capable of meeting all needs - development, legal/financial structuring, engineering, construction and operation - for distributed generation projects in the 1 to 20 MW range.

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