SunLink Corp. has completed delivery of its solar trackers for projects in Western Honduras totaling 37 MW.
SunLink’s activity in Honduras — Latin America’s second largest solar market in 2015 – is part of a larger push into the region and beyond. The Latin American projects represent part of SunLink’s fixed-tilt, roof-mount and tracker portfolio throughout the Americas, with total installs of over 1 gigawatts.
“Every major player in the solar market is contemplating international solar activity as a way to mitigate risks associated with the predicted temporary 2017 dip in the domestic market – whether that’s through projects, M&A or strategic alliances,” said Michael Maulick, CEO of SunLink. “We already have a respected international track record, and are expanding it rapidly not as a short-term balance sheet bolster like so many others, but as part of our long-term investment and commitment to advancing universal solar power adoption for the benefit of the environment and security worldwide.