CAMBRIDGE, July 23, 2019— Cambridge Energy Partners (CEP) announced today the successful installation and testing of its novel Nomad solar PV tracker in Whitehorse, Canada. The single-axis tracker was installed by Solvest Inc., the largest installer of solar energy across the Canadian North.
Nomad solar trackers make solar power a cost-effective alternative to expensive fossil fuels and unreliable grids in remote locations. Quick to install and easy to move, Nomad solar trackers are ideal for a variety of applications including powering remote industries, water pumping, off-grid hybrid systems and short-term deployments.
One of the world’s largest gold producers, Newmont Mining Corporation, based in Colorado, USA installed Cambridge Energy Partners’ (CEP) Nomad redeployable solar tracking system at their Akyem mine in Ghana.
Cambridge Energy Partners (CEP) announced today that Newmont Mining Corporation, one of the world’s largest gold producers and sustainability leaders, has deployed CEP’s redeployable Nomad solar PV tracker to demonstrate lower-cost renewable electricity and to offset energy demand at its Akyem operation in Ghana.