Global solar tracking and BIPV solution provider company–Arctech entered into a strategic partnership agreement with Alpon Energy in Istanbul, Turkey. This successful agreement marks the expansion of Arctech’s footprint in Turkey.
Alpon Energy is a Turkish company with over eight years of expertise in solar energy EPC works and single-axis solar tracking systems. The partnership agreement stipulates that Alpon Energy will serve as a valued partner to Arctech, offering project management, logistical support, exploration of local opportunities, and technical services, including installation supervision and commissioning assistance for the products within the designated territories.
“Arctech is a leading company in the single-axis solar tracking systems market, experiencing rapid growth and dominating the industry with its innovative technologies,” stated Numan Emre İnceöz, General Manager at Alpon Energy. “The company also offers robust and reliable product solutions tailored to different geographies. I have full faith that our partnership will drive mutual growth in the solar energy market in Turkey and neighboring countries. As Alpon Energy, we are taking decisive steps towards new horizons by collaborating with Arctech, leveraging our 8 years of industry experience and providing tailored solutions for regional demands.”
“We are delighted to announce our partnership with Alpon Energy in Turkey,” said Franklin Hoo, Deputy GM of MEA&APAC Business Support at Arctech. “With a promising outlook for the Turkish solar market and a high demand for suppliers with extensive experience in international solar projects, Arctech is confident that our collaboration with Alpon Energy will enable us both to expand widely and become leading providers of solar tracking and racking solutions in the region.”
According to the research report of InfoLink, Turkey, as one of the leading markets in the Middle East, has posted stellar performance in developing the PV industry in recent years. The country is likely to attain its goal of accumulating 59.9 GW of installed PV capacity by 2035.