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Botswana

All roads lead to Rome…. and all solar technologies lead to Soltigua! This was the discovery of Botswana delegation who visited Soltigua on June 8th. The visit was the opportunity to introduce Soltigua’s leading edge solar concentrating technologies for solar process heat to Executive Member of Botswana Solar Industries Association Karen Giffard of Sosolar, who came accompanied by Ms. Elizabeth Chavolla, Senior Investment Promotion Expert of UNIDO ITPO ITALY for Botswana. Both parabolic trough and linear Fresnel collector technologies were shown

Forever Young

Think you wake up on your 50th birthday feeling as fresh as a teenager. This is the experience observed for iTracker, the high performance solar tracker manufactured by Soltigua, which reached 50 year equivalent operational life with plenty of working capacity still left to be exploited. The continuous uninterrupted table design makes iTracker the PV tracker with the highest power density, i.e. with the highest number of modules which can be installed for a given unit of available land. Power density

SOLTIGUA MEETS ENERGY ENGINEERING STUDENTS FROM BOLOGNA UNIVERSITY

Engineering is at the core of Soltigua’s product and tradition. Our staff is mostly composed by engineers, often dedicate to research activities and always providing the technical excellence and reliable know-how which is the backbone of Soltigua’s technology solutions. On May 27th several of our engineers went back to…school (!), meeting the students from the Energy Engineering Course of Bologna University to provide them with a glimpse a possible future in renewable energy and also to listen to their fresh perspectives

UKRAINE’S LARGEST SOLAR TRACKER PLANT COMMISSIONED DURING COVID-19

During the peak months of the Covid-19, Ukraine’s largest solar plant with trackers provided a challenging but ideal test bench to Soltigua’s remote commissioning processes.  Supporting Greengenius, Soltigua successfully concluded the commissioning of trackers for a 33 MW plant in Lyubar (Zhytomyr region).  The commissioning was executed by using SolControl, Soltigua’s cloud-based SCADA, which had been conceived from the beginning to be optimized for remote assistance and monitoring of the solar plant. An innovative feature tested in Lyubar was Soltigua’s new