Hardly any other market in Latin America has the upside Brazil is promising. The country has 2.4 GW of solar projects in the pipeline, but the tremendous long-term potential for solar power has yielded only mediocre results. NEXTracker is uniquely positioned to help wake the sleeping giant.
Brazil is facing an energy shortage in the next two to three years — and no technology can increase generation as fast as solar. In its recently published climate goals, Brazil also committed to at least 7 GW of solar by 2024. Watch this Intersolar South America 2017 video here to learn more about NEXTracker’s business in this important solar market:
One of the main factors holding solar developers and EPCs back in Brazil are the strict local content requirements. That’s a hurdle that we at NEXTracker can easily overcome because we leverage our mother company Flextronics’ manufacturing base in Sorocaba, São Paulo State. Read our latest blog on the topic here.
We are offering a version of our industry-leading trackers that adheres to Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) guidelines. Solar farm developers and EPCs using our products have access to the local Development Bank’s credit lines. We also offer local spare parts inventory and technical support — or as we call it: the NEXTracker experience.
NEXTracker from the Air
Shot in the Chilean Atacama Desert, this video presents Javiera and Crucero Solar Power Plants. By partnering with SunEdison on these projects, NEXTracker’s breakthrough self-powered tracking technology is now one of the fastest growing solar tracking companies in Latin America.
NEXTracker and Biosar Enter into Master Services Agreement (MSA) for Solar Projects in Brazil – (NEXTracker e Biosar firmam contrato geral de serviços (MSA — master services agreement) para projetos solares no Brasil), UOL Brasil, November 7, 2016
NEXTracker establishes local production hub in Brazil, PVTech, November 18, 2015
NEXTracker leverages Flex’s Brazilian production to meet local content, PV Magazine, November 18, 2015
NEXTracker’s deep solar experience and technological market leadership are an ideal fit for new solar deployments in Brazil – a nation that has set very ambitious PV deployment targets. NX Horizon is not only FINAME-compliant, which is essential for Brazil solar market readiness – its advanced product features, quality and reliability maximize energy yield and reduce both installation and operating costs for our customers’ projects. NEXTracker is the perfect partner, thanks to its local Brazil presence and the strong financial backing of its corporate parent, Flex.
NEXTracker is ready to tackle your project too.