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Nextracker announced it has surpassed 600 projects delivered in its distributed generation (DG) portfolio. Driven by customers realizing significant energy gains using its NX Horizon™ solar tracker system, Nextracker’s DG projects are deployed worldwide in commercial and industrial applications, including data centres, farming, retail, education, and manufacturing verticals.
To capture this DG growth and support its growing global ecosystem of DG solar infrastructure, Nextracker entered into two new agreements with channel partners RP Construction Services (U.S.) and Vergo (Turkey and regional solar markets). Nextracker’s channel partners are intensively trained and qualified to sell the company’s flagship NX Horizon solar tracker systems, enabling customers to scale their DG projects more rapidly in the commercial and industrial segments, which are actively seeking to reduce energy costs and carbon emissions while increasing energy delivery reliability. These channel partners will provide Nextracker products and systems to address the smaller utility-scale market and DG solar power generation applications, typically under 30 megawatts.
“Distributed generation technology plays a key role in solving energy grid infrastructure challenges to meet rising global demand for clean energy,” said Dan Shugar, Nextracker founder and CEO. “We are appreciative to be working with leading channel partners, RPCS and Vergo. Together, we are supporting DG customers with design, inventory, logistics, construction management, commissioning, and service support.”