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Demand for tracker systems is also growing in Romania

22 May 2024

The demand for tracker systems for mounting photovoltaic panels is constantly growing, but three quarters of this equipment is imported into Romania, said Giuliano Raccanello, FORTZA.RO company manager, at the conference “Digitalization and Energy Efficiency – Oradea”, organised by Energynomics, together with the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Romania – CCIpR.

“This is the current trend in the market, the demand is growing for tracers. Three quarters of the structures in the market are imported,” Raccanello said.

FORTZA.RO launched such a system this year and is exporting it to Italy, where this technology is used in 70% of solar parks.

“There is a very high demand in Italy and even if such tracers are 30% more expensive, they have a much higher yield,” Raccanello added.

Three years ago, the company invested almost three million euros in the equipment needed to manufacture these structures for photovoltaic parks. FORTZA.RO has a photovoltaic structures manufacturing division in Romania and has both completed and ongoing projects.

“We have 40 MW contracted,” said Raccanello, who leads a team of 120 people.

The conference “Digitalization and energy efficiency – Oradea” was organized by Energynomics with the support of the Italian Chamber of Commerce for Romania – CCIpR, and of our partners: ADC, BCR, Celestica, CRC Energy, Datacor,, ICAP CRIF, Intesa Sanpaolo Bank, Photon Energy, Polytrade Global, Unicredit Bank, WALDEVAR Energy.

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