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  • February 8th, 2017

     

    Exosun commissions its trackers on the largest PV plant in Hawaii

    South San Francisco, USA. Exosun, worldwide leading supplier of advanced, cost-effective solar tracking solutions for ground-mounted photovoltaic (PV) plants, has successfully commissioned its solar trackers on the 40 MWp EE Waianae Solar Project in Hawaii.

    > Read full press release
  • November 29th, 2016

     

    Exosun and ATEC Architecture launch the Exotrack HZ solar tracker on the Chinese PV market

    Martillac, France. ATEC, a major Chinese solar mounting system manufacturer and installer, has signed a technology agreement with Exosun, worldwide leading supplier of advanced, cost-effective solar tracking solutions for ground-mounted PV plants, to manufacture and commercialize as of today Exosun’s Exotrack® HZ solar tracking system on the Chinese PV market, the biggest in the world, in order to maximize its clients’ solar plant output and returns.

    > Read full press release
  • September 8, 2016

     

    Exosun’s President and Founder relocates to the U.S.A. to accelerate the company’s development on the biggest solar tracker market

    South San Francisco, U.S.A. Exosun, worldwide leading supplier of advanced, cost-effective solar tracking solutions for ground-mounted photovoltaic (PV) plants, announces that Exosun’s President and Founder Frédéric Conchy has relocated from the company’s headquarters in Bordeaux (France) to Exosun Inc.’s office in San Francisco to closely support the company’s rapid growth in the U.S.A., the biggest solar tracker market, and in Mexico, a major emerging market...

    > Read full press release
  • May 3, 2016

     

    Solar tracking expert Exosun confirms high local content performance to optimally serve the South African utility-scale PV market

    Cape Town, South Africa. Exosun, worldwide leading supplier of advanced, cost-effective solar tracking solutions for ground-mounted photovoltaic (PV) plants, confirms high local content performance in South Africa one year after the opening of its subsidiary in Cape Town. The recent renewal of Exosun Pty’s B-BBEE (Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment) level 4 certificate proves this accomplishment.

    > Read full press release
  • February 15, 2016

     

    Exosun pursues its partnership with CNR to equip two new PV plants in the South of France with its solar trackers

    Martillac (Bordeaux), France. Exosun, worldwide leading supplier of advanced, cost-effective solar tracking solutions for ground-mounted photovoltaic (PV) plants, will equip two new plants of the largest French renewable energy producer, CNR (La Compagnie Nationale du Rhône). The 9.5 MWp Beaucaire and 4 MWp Donzère plants situated in the South of France will be equipped with Exosun's Exotrack® HZ single-axis solar trackers.

    > Read full press release
  • January 26, 2016

     

    Exosun is named in the 2015 Global Cleantech 100 Under the Radar List

    San Francisco (USA). Exosun, worldwide leading supplier of advanced, cost-effective solar tracking solutions for ground-mounted photovoltaic (PV) plants, today announced it was named in the 2015 Global Cleantech 100 Under the Radar list, produced by Cleantech Group, whose mission is to connect corporates to sustainable innovation through its i3 Connect platform and global events.

    > Read full press release
  • January 14, 2016

     

    Exosun trackers selected by Phoenix Solar to equip 3 solar power plants totaling 11 MWp in Jordan

    Martillac (Bordeaux, France). Exosun, worldwide leading supplier of advanced, cost-effective solar tracking solutions for ground-mounted photovoltaic (PV) plants, has been selected by Phoenix Solar, a leading international photovoltaic system integrator, and its partner Millennium Energy Industries, to equip three photovoltaic power plants totaling 11 MWp in Jordan with its innovative tracking technology. This PV project, the largest in the private sector in Jordan, will be an important showcase for Exosun in the Middle East.

    > Read full press release
  • October 14, 2015

     

    Exosun pursues its international expansion and opens a subsidiary in Brazil

    Martillac (Bordeaux, France). Exosun, major provider of perfected solar tracking technologies and associated engineering support services for utility-scale ground-mounted solar plants, is proud to announce the expansion of its international presence by establishing a subsidiary in Brazil.

    > Read full press release
  • September 10, 2015

     

    Exosun to unveil a perfected version of its Exotrack HZ single-axis solar tracker at Solar Power International

    San Francisco (USA). At the occasion of Solar Power International, Exosun is launching a new version of its Exotrack HZ single-axis solar tracker. On the company’s booth 5510, visitors will be able to take an up-close look at the Exotrack HZ® v2 which has been engineered to further reduce overall costs and delivery lead times, offering an LCOE-friendly solution for utility-scale solar plants.

    > Read full press release
  • September 8, 2015

     

    Exosun selected by EDF Energies Nouvelles for solar tracker supply on a 146 MWp PV project in Chile

    Martillac (France). Exosun, major provider of perfected solar tracking technologies for utility-scale ground-mounted solar plants, has been selected by EDF Energies Nouvelles, a global market leader in green electricity production, to equip two thirds of a 146 MWp PV plant in the Chilean Atacama desert with its trackers, and to provide a complete set of services including engineering, logistics and construction support. This PV project, one of the largest in Chile, represents the most significant agreement signed by Exosun since its founding.

    > Read full press release
  • August 27, 2015

     

    Exosun to supply 6.8 MW of solar trackers for a PV plant in Oregon, USA

    San Francisco (USA). Exosun, leading provider of perfected solar tracking technologies for utility-scale ground-mounted solar plants, has inked a contract with a major clean energy producer to supply and install its trackers on a 6.8 MWp PV plant located in the North American state of Oregon.

    > Read full press release
  • May 12, 2015

     

    Exosun enters the Mexican market by signing a tracker supply contract for a PV pilot project in Sonora

    San Francisco (USA). Exosun, leading provider of solar tracking technologies for utility-scale ground-mounted PV plants, has signed a tracker supply contract with Forza Systems, a Mexican solar PV commercial developer and EPC, for a 146 kWp pilot PV plant in Caborca, in the North Mexican state of Sonora. This pilot project is the first step to a multi-year master agreement between both companies.

    > Read full press release
  • March 11, 2015

     

    Exosun commissions its trackers on the 30 MWAC Lone Valley solar plant in the Californian desert

    San Francisco (USA). Exosun, leading provider of solar tracking technologies and associated plant engineering services, announces the commissioning of its solar trackers on the Lone Valley solar park located in the western Mojave desert, San Bernardino county, California. This 30 MWAC project, consisting of two adjacent solar plants, represents Exosun's first contract completion in North America, and also marks Exosun's first successful collaboration with the world's third largest renewable energy producer EDP Renewables.

    > Read full press release
  • January 29, 2015

     

    Exosun obtains triple certification: OHSAS 18001, ISO 9001 and 14001

    Martillac (France). In addition to the renewal of its ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certifications concerning quality and environmental management, Exosun has been certified OHSAS 18001, an international standard for Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) management. Exosun is the first solar tracker design and supply company worldwide to earn this triple certification for its entire business, covering the design of its trackers, as well as the engineering, installation, training, operation, and maintenance of ground-mounted solar plants.

    > Read full press release
  • January 22, 2015

     

    Exosun expands its operations in solar tracking and opens a subsidiary in South Africa

    Martillac (France). Exosun, leading provider of solar tracking technologies for utility-scale ground-mounted solar plants, is pleased to announce the expansion of its international presence with the opening of a subsidiary in Cape Town. Exosun South Africa (Pty) Ltd's local team will provide sales, engineering support, as well as training on installation and O&M of its products. The company is also committed to local manufacturing of its trackers, in full aligment with the South African local content policy.

    > Read full press release
  • January 6, 2015

     

    Rehabilitation of brownfields: Exosun to supply 20 MW of solar trackers for four new PV projects in France

    Martillac (France). Exosun, a leading provider of solar tracking technologies for utility-scale ground-mounted solar plants, has signed agreements with three major players in the renewable energy field to supply trackers for four new PV plants in France.

    > Read full press release
  • December 17, 2014

     

    Exosun invited to the Elysée Palace to prepare for the 2015 Climat Change Conference

    Paris (France). Frédéric Conchy, CEO of Exosun, was invited for lunch with the French President François Hollande, other company CEOs and political leaders at the French Presidential Palace. The aim of this meeting was to prepare for the Climat Change Conference, COP21, that will be taking place in Paris next year.

    > Read full press release
  • October 14, 2014

     

    Daetwyler Clean Energy and Exosun form alliance to provide complete solar mounting and tracking systems in the US

    Huntersville, NC. "Partnering for a brighter future", Exosun, an expert in the design, development and supply of solar tracking systems for ground-mounted utility-scale solar power plants, and Daetwyler Clean Energy (DCE), a leading supplier of superior engineered ground mount & rooftop solar mounting solutions, have strategically partnered to provide a full range of best-in-class mounting and tracking solutions to elevate consumer awareness and make it even easier for their clients to achieve their financial goals from a single solar mounting provider in the United States. Each company will provide the full range of mounting and tracking products while ensuring customers receive world class support.

    > Read full press release
  • October 9, 2014

     

    Exosun innovates and launches SMARTracking™: up to 5% more energy yield than other competitive single-axis solar trackers

    Martillac. New patented solar tracking approach validated by an independent third party. Exosun, a leading provider of solar tracking technologies for utility-scale ground-mounted solar plants, now offers its Exotrack® HZ horizontal single-axis tracker with an intelligent patented backtracking process, called SMARTracking™.

    > Read full press release
  • September 18, 2014

     

    Exosun pursues partnership with La Compagnie du Vent, GDF SUEZ Group, to supply 12 MW of solar trackers and associated services for PV plant in France

    Martillac. Exosun, a leading provider of solar tracking technologies for utility-scale ground-mounted photovoltaic (PV) plants, has signed an agreement with La Compagnie du Vent, GDF SUEZ Group, to supply solar trackers and associated engineering support services for a 12 MWp PV plant situated in the center of France.

    > Read full press release
  • June 24, 2014

     

    Exosun Celebrates Successful First Year in North American Market at Intersolar North America

    South San Francisco, Calif. Exosun, Inc., a leading provider of solar tracking technologies and associated engineering services for utility-scale plants, is celebrating a successful first year of operation in the North American market during Intersolar North America, held July 8 – 10, in San Francisco. Visitors are invited to meet with Exosun at booth #9638 and attend the "Balance of Systems" session featuring Exosun's CEO Frederic Conchy, on Tuesday, July 8. The company's musical group, Exoband, will also take the stage at the 2014 Solar Battle of the Bands event on Thursday, July 10.

    > Read full press release

In the news

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    On Track for a strong year

    Global tracker outlook: The tracker market is set for unbridled expansion in 2017. The U.S already accounts for about 70% of the Global Tracker Market, and is expected to boom this year.

    > Read full news
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    Trackers thaw solar freeze

    Affordable tracker technology: Sun tracking arrays can yield as much as 25% more energy compared to a fixed tilt solar system. As the technology evolves to become both more efficient and affordable, solar is becoming viable in more and more global regions, even those with lower levels of sun.

    > Read full news
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    Tracker technology highlights

    With competition in the tracker marketplace becoming extremely fierce, rival companies are adding new features all the time aimed at minimising installation and operation costs, and enhancing durability. Here we profile some of the single-axis trackers currently available on the market and the innovative design features they offer.

    > Read full news
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    Lion's share thanks to 99.9% availability

    Reduced system costs and improved reliability buoy the horizontal tracker business. The two categories of horizontal trackers - single-row and linked-row systems - both have their advantages, depending on the location. With fixed, ground-mounted racks, the focus is on simple and fast isntallation.

    > Read full news
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    Trackers spread globally as designs improve

    A new PV Magazine survey of the top international tracker companies shows that more than five dozen countries now have installed PV tracker arrays totaling more than 14.8 GW of cumulative capacity.

    > Read full news
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    Array Tracking Systems for PV Power Plants

    IHS Technology's "PV Balance of System Equipment Report - 2015" forecasts 9 GW of single-axis tracker installations worldwide in 2019, with the US the largest market, accounting for 36% of global single-axis tracker installations.

    > Read full news
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    South Africa's PV firms eye Sub-Saharan markets for growth

    Almost all of South African solar firms could now be considering expansion into other markets on the continent, said Pierre Doutreloux, managing director of Exosun Pty, tracker manufacturer Exosun’s South African subsidiary.

    > Read full news
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    Mounting frames and trackers for the boom

    In the earth's sunbelt, horizontal trackers are becoming increasingly popular. However, even on sites which are not ideal - from both a technical and economic point of view - innovative solar farm projects are being implemented. S&WE presents solar farm technologies on the global markets.

    > Read full news
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    How Mexico Can Cut Solar Costs Without Cutting Corners

    Can the country get its solar costs in line with the U.S. without lowering quality ?

    > Read full news
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    Desert-proof

    Much work has gone into adapting PV equipment to withstand the rigours of the desert, which range from dust to wind temperature fluctuations. John Parnell and Ben Willis look at how some of the main elements of a PV power plant are being made desert-ready.

    > Read full news
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    Growing pains and supply chains

    Tracker supply chains: Reducing the costs within a far-flung global supply chain is one of the growing pains of the PV tracker industry, and luckily an exercise other industries have helped streamline.

    > Read full news
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    Playing the global game

    Tracker supply chains: Global supply chains are being built out with unprecedented speed to meet intense demand in every quadrant of the globe. Tracker companies that do not already have corporate ties to steel makers are forging strategic relationships on a continent-by-continent basis. These tracker vendors are also tying up with major EPCs to handle the installations of foundations and racking.

    > Read full news
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    Tracker market expands to meet Americas utility-scale boom

    PV tracker suppliers are set to benefit from sharp utility PV growth in high irradiation latitudes and deploy more cost efficient units thanks to monitoring and reliability improvements.

    > Read full news
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    Solar trackers rise to global demand

    The global demand curve for solar trackers is heading straight up, very quickly.

    > Read full news
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    Le Girondin Exosun au top de la gestion

    Sebastien Conchy, directeur administratif et financier d'Exosun, est le vainqueur du 12e Trophée de la DFCG Aquitaine Charentes.

    > Read full news
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    International Tracker Projects Have Many Moving Parts

    As markets for large-scale solar projects move into the developing world, strong project management principles are becoming increasingly vital.

    > Read full news
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    "L'expansion d'Exosun passe par un renforcement de la structure financière"

    Tout va très vite pour Exosun, ces temps-ci. Après des années de vaches maigres, la société de Martillac (Gironde) profite du boom mondial des trackers, ces systèmes qui orientent les panneaux pour suivre la courbe du soleil. Elle tire parti aussi d’une organisation pensée pour l’international et s’est installée en Afrique du Sud, aux Etats-Unis et au Brésil. Ses besoins en financement ont également changé d’échelle. Exosun va bientôt annoncer une évolution majeure de sa structure financière. Explications détaillées avec Frédéric Conchy, son cofondateur et président.

    > Read full news
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    The Grande Nation charts a course for the energy transition

    With its new energy transition law, France has set a course for less atomic energy, more renewables,energy efficiency and climate protection. What this means for photovoltaics, however, depends on how the fine points of the law are shaped and how it is implemented.

    > Read full news
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    Keeping track

    Interview: Exosun VP Strategy Jean-Noël de Charentenay discusses the company's approach to existing and new markets, examining the service, O&M and local content production challenges that inherently face a globally expanding firm.

    > Read full news
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    Tracker technologies and mounting methods

    When it comes to technology for solar farms, horizontal trackers are the big thing these days. As a cost-effective material for substructures, steel is still gaining ground. Other trends include using state-of-the-art technology and intelligent solutions in mounting technology, such as coating.

    > Read full news
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    How does solar backtracking make projects more productive?

    Solar backtracking is a tracking control program that aims to minimize PV panel-on-panel shading, thus avoiding production losses. When a tracker, or a linked tracker row, is used near another, it shades the adjacent tracker during early morning and late afternoon hours.

    > Read full news
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    Have tracker, will travel

    Manufacturers are looking outside their domestic markets, and at where the growth markets will be over the next half-decade. But issues around financing and quality still need to be overcome.

    > Read full news
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    How to increase PV plant output and efficiency with solar trackers?

    Maximising return on investment is the primary goal for utility-scale solar plant owners and developers. Achieving this objective requires a combination of careful planning, smart design and strong components selection. While optimising balance of systems for these plants is a major concern, the focus typically centers on inverters, mounting and racking solutions for fi xed-tilt systems. An often overlooked contributor with major ROI acceleration potential is solar tracker technology. Through project case studies carried out in South Africa, this article explains the benefi ts of solar trackers compared to fi xed-tilt systems and how to further optimise PV plants using this method.

    > Read full news
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    How does a new single-axis tracking process increase solar plant efficiency?

    Obtaining better energy harvest and maximizing return on investment are the primary goals for utility-scale solar plant owners and developers.Today, focus is shifting to solar trackers–motorized structures that orient photovoltaic panels toward the sun in order to collect more direct sunlight throughout the day–as a reliable means to achieve these objectives. According to a recent research report by analyst firm IHS, single-axis trackers will be the preferred type of balance of system ground-mounted structure for PV modules in the USA this year. Indeed, single-axis trackers increase plant production up to 25% in comparison to fixed-tilt installations. The energy output of a solar plant equipped with single-axis trackers can be further optimized by implementing an efficient tracking process.

    > Read full news
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    Les trackers d'Exosun poursuivent leur internationalisation

    Un peu plus d'un an après avoir décroché son premier contrat à l'international, le spécialiste français des trackers solaires (qui permettent aux panneaux de suivre la course du soleil) continue d'essaimer dans ses marchés cibles. La société vient de décrocher un premier contrat au Mexique et poursuit le travail de fond en Afrique du Sud, au Maroc, en Arabie Saoudite, ou encore au Brésil.

    > Read full news
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    Smooth-running trackers

    Interviewing Array and Exosun about the evolving motor market.

    > Read full news
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    Improving solar tracker performance with SMARTracking

    Improving solar tracker efficiency and cost effectiveness is a battle Exosun is strongly involved in. As a result, Exosun has patented SMARTracking™, a unique process allowing the Exotrack® HZ to produce up to 5% more energy than other single-axis solar trackers installed on utility-scale solar plants.

    > Read full news
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    Exosun : nouvelle filiale en Afrique du Sud et nouveau directeur

    Le spécialiste français des trackers solaires poursuit son expansion internationale, après avoir remporté un premier contrat de 30 MW en Californie, l'année dernière. Exosun a ouvert en janvier une filiale en Afrique du Sud, Exosun PTY, basée à Cape Town. Pierre Doutreloux en est le directeur et sera en charge du marché d'Afrique australe, dont les activités incluent la vente, les services d'ingénierie, les formations à l' installation, l'exploitation et maintenance des produits.

    > Read full news
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    Frédéric Conchy, le solaire compétitif

    Ce chef d'entreprise de 49 ans a créé Exosun, une petite société, specialisée dans la production d'énergie solaire, à la croissance fulgurante.

    > Read full news
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    Solar trackers boost output at three French PV plants

    Three utility-scale ground-mounted PV plants situated in adjacent towns in southwest France were among the winning projects of the first call for tenders in France in 2011 for ground-mounted PV installations of more than 250 kWp...

    > Read full news
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    South Africa's green initiative

    A heavy reliance on coal and rolling blackouts are daily reminders for South Africans that a mono culture when it comes to electricity generation isn't a healthy approach. Are renewables the answer for this rapidly-growing and power-thirsty country?

    > Read full news
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    Le solaire fait de l'ombre au nucléaire

    La plus grande centrale photovoltaïque d'Europe est en construction près de Bordeaux.  Elle affichera des prix comparables à la dernière génération des réacteurs EPR.

    > Read full news
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    Tracking Systems for PV Power Plants

    PV tracker O&M: The Laundry list of what can go wrong with trackers is a long one. Tracker designers and operation & maintenance experts are bringing innovations to the industry to help reduce costs.

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  • September 10-13, 2017

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    Las Vegas, NV

    September 10-13, 2017

    Come meet our team in the Exhibit Hall at booth # 4655

  • May 31 - June 2, 2017

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    Munich, Germany

    May 31 - June 2, 2017

    Come meet our team at booth # A4.678

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September 10-13, 2017

Solar Power International - Las Vegas, NV
Come meet our team in the Exhibit Hall at booth # 4655

May 31 - June 2, 2017

Intersolar Europe - Munich, Germany
Come meet our team at booth # A4.678

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