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Array Technologies Inc., a manufacturer and supplier of solar tracking systems and related products, has been selected to supply its DuraTrack horizontal, single-axis solar trackers for an unspecified utility-scale solar project in California's Imperial Valley region.

The plant will have an installed capacity of 268 MW. It received full notice to proceed earlier this month and will be interconnected to the San Diego Gas & Electric grid as a Qualified Facility for a Large Generator Interconnection Agreement under California Independent System Operator Corporation jurisdiction.

The DuraTrack products will support First Solar's thin-film modules and are scheduled to be delivered over a nine-month period. The plant will come into operation progressively during the second half of 2013.




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