Ecoppia reaches milestone crossing 3,000MW of global projects

Publish January 6, 2022
oil and gas

Ecoppia, world’s leader in robotic cleaning solutions for photovoltaic solar, has solidified its position as market leader with an unmatched project portfolio of 3,000MW, cleaning over 4.8 billion panels till date.

This significant milestone, through over 30 large scale projects in four different continents, aligns with Ecoppia’s global expansion activities into new geographies, answering the burning need for truly autonomous robotic solutions in dry regions.

With tariffs constantly falling every year while solar sites’ capacity continues to increase Ecoppia’s portfolio of robotic solutions provides site owners an optimal way to drastically lower O&M expenses, while ensuring continuous peak production.

According to the UN, 2.3 billion people live in water-stressed countries, meanwhile, the fact remains that the vast majority of large-scale solar sites are geographically located in arid areas, suffering from excessive soiling, dust storms and a lack of water resources. Ecoppia’s water-free solutions ensures peak solar energy production does not imply spent of precious water resources.

In fact, since inception, Ecoppia had directly saved over 6 billion litres of water, in the most arid regions on the globe, and is projected to save over 100 billion liters of water by 2030.

“We are proud to have reached this important milestone, while continuing to exceed customer expectations even during this world pandemic. This great landmark recognizes Ecoppia’s contribution to the expansion of the solar industry to even the most remote and challenging locations” said Jean Scemama, CEO of Ecoppia. “Ecoppia continues to proceed full steam ahead to 2022, launching a new robotic platform and remaining at the forefront of the solar automation.”

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