Exosun has an agreement to supply 163 of its Exotrack EZ single-axis tracking systems to developer and energy producer Neoen for three photovoltaic plants in France, with a total capacity of 25 MW. Exosun says in addition to the horizontal trackers, it will also manage the commissioning process.
Bouygues Energies & Services will manage the plants' design, deployment and operation. Schneider Electric will supply the plants' power conversion systems, including Conext Core XC solar inverters, PVBox transformer substations, and Conext Control monitoring and control systems.
The 10.12 MW Garein Solarphoton, 8.57 MW Luxey Solarphoton andÂ 6.72 MW Claouziquet solar projects are located in the southwest of France and are expected to produce 33.22 GWh of electricity per year. Construction is under way, and the plants are scheduled to be commissioned in August.