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ATI Makes the Climb to Support the American Lung Association»

3/13/14 –

Array Technologies, Inc. (ATI) and the American Lung Association in New Mexico (ALANM) have partnered to bring Albuquerque the ALANM’s 2014 ‘Fight for Air’ Climb. This year’s ‘Climb’ marked the 5th year that the event has been a successful part of Albuquerque’s humanitarian landscape. The annual event was held at the historic Banque Building in…

ATI DuraTrack™ HZ breaks ground on the Big Island»

3/6/14 –

Hawaii is about to boast a fully installed single-axis solar tracking project on the Big Island. Array Technologies shipped a tropically prepared version of the DuraTrack HZ to the site in 2013. Sunetric, a Hawaii-based photovoltaic solar power company and the EPC behind the project, has initiated installation of the tracker on site. The project…

DuraTrack™ HZ Receives LA County Stamp of Approval»

2/18/14 –

Los Angeles County’s permitting office is notorious within the construction industry for its rigorous auditing process and strict adherence to the California Building Code. It was with open arms that Array Technologies, Inc. (ATI) and DynaSolar EPCM embraced the challenge of moving three solar sites totaling 5.4 MW through this arduous approval process, and are…

ATI’s DuraRack™ fixed-tilt system picks up steam heading into 2014»

2/13/14 –

2013 was a landmark year for Array Technologies’ DuraRack™ fixed-tilt racking solution. With more than 53 MW shipped and installed at five sites in just under six months, ATI’s best kept secret is breaking major ground. Three utility-scale projects in Indiana are now home to 39 MW of the DuraRack fixed-tilt system, and two distributed…

Array Technologies Completes Three sites for CREST»

2/11/14 –

Array Technologies, Inc. (ATI) and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company BELECTRIC, Inc. have commissioned three solar power sites totaling 5.7 MW in California. The projects – Navajo Solar, Powhatan Solar and Industry Solar – are part of Southern California Edison’s (SCE) California Renewable Energy Small Tariff (CREST) feed-in tariff program. The CREST program aims…

Nearly 60 MW in 60 Days»

2/5/14 –

Deadlines are always tight, but what if your target was to install more than 56 MWdc of solar technology in just 60 days? Array Technologies, Inc. (ATI) and SunEnergy1 recently faced this reality together and came through stronger than ever. In the final months of 2013, five solar sites in North Carolina received ground mount…

South Carolina’s Largest Solar Farm Flips the Switch»

1/24/14 –

The completion of Colleton Solar Farm was celebrated today at a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Walterboro, South Carolina. The 3 MW facility is currently the largest solar installation in the state, and is home to 1.2 MW of Array Technologies’ market-leading DuraTrack HZ single-axis tracker. The owner, TIG Sun Energy, with the support of Alder Energy…

Array Technologies Expands Operational Headquarters»

1/17/14 –

Recently recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in the state of New Mexico, Array Technologies has announced the completion of 22,500 square feet of new office and warehouse space. The addition has expanded ATI’s manufacturing and product testing capabilities while doubling the available office space for corporate staff, bringing the entire headquarters to…

Array Technologies Opens Office in Chile»

1/13/14 –

The capital city of Santiago, home to more than 6 million Chileans, will serve as the South American base of operations for Array Technologies, Inc., and the company’s first sales office in Latin America. 2013 was a milestone year for Chile, as the government signed a new law requiring utilities to generate at least 20%…

Array Technologies Commissions Ramona and Valley Center Solar Sites»

12/19/13 –

Array Technologies is pleased to announce completion of the DuraTrack™ HZ single-axis solar tracker supply for the Ramona and Valley Center Solar Sites. Developed by GCL, the projects were constructed by engineering, procurement and construction company Blattner Energy. Both sites, located just east of Escondido, California, will provide renewable power for San Diego Gas &…

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