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Arctech’s 7th anniversary marks solar leadership in India

October 21, 2023 3:51 pm

Arctech’s 7th anniversary marks solar leadership in India

Arctech, a renowned global provider of solar tracking and racking solutions company, celebrated its 7th-year anniversary gala at Jaypee Greens, Greater Noida, marking a remarkable leadership in India’s solar energy sector. This grand event brought together an esteemed gathering of industry leaders, partners, and stakeholders from Sterling and Wilson Renewable Energy, Torrent Power, Hero Future, Aditya Birla Renewables, KEC International Limited, and Clean Max for a day of profound networking, knowledge sharing, and well-deserved recognition.

Since its establishment in the Indian market in 2015, Arctech has firmly established its presence, achieving remarkable milestones, and significantly contributing to India’s clean energy objectives. The company’s commitment to quality, innovation, and sustainability has set it apart in the competitive Indian solar industry, driving the adoption of solar energy solutions.

Arctech has successfully executed giga projects, including the awe-inspiring 1.7GW project in 2020 and the monumental 2.8GW project in 2022, highlighting its track record in commissioning over 7 gigawatts of solar trackers.

The company differentiates itself through core values centred on service and quality, contributing to increased energy generation, job creation, and advanced technologies in the Indian solar industry. In August 2022, Arctech Solar established Jash Energy, India’s first joint venture factory, with an annual capacity of 3GW, aligning with the government’s production-linked incentive (PLI) scheme.


Arctech was recognised as India’s largest supplier of solar trackers in 2020, holding a commanding 45percent market share in 2021. The company successfully delivered 1.7 GW of advanced 1P Skyline trackers in Rajasthan despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Notable projects include the 860MW AEML solar power plant, India’s largest bifacial tracker power generation project, showcasing Arctech’s innovative Skyline solar tracking solution for complex terrains and extreme weather conditions.

Arctech’s commitment to innovation is evident with over 410 patents, including ownership of the world’s first PV company-owned numerical wind tunnel, vital in advancing India’s clean energy goals. Solar trackers with multi-point drive

Mechanism technology and smart backtracking algorithms maximise energy yield and reduce carbon emissions.

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