NEXTracker Salutes Earth Day 2016
FREEMONT, California (April 22, 2016) – NEXTracker (http://www.netracker.com), a developer in self-powered, horizontal axis solar tracking systems, celebrates Earth Day 2016. In an attempt to recruit talented energy professionals, NEXTracker created an infographic educating people on the impacts of solar and the role that they play in the cleantech industry.
Learn more and join the NEXTracker team at: http://www.nextracker.com/2016/04/calling-all-earthlings-nextracker-salutes-earth-day-2016/
“For us at NEXTracker, Earth Day is an important reminder of our mission to make solar power a global mainstream reality,” said Mike Mehawich, CMO, NEXTracker. “No doubt, we are laser focused on pushing the solar technological envelope. And we are actively doing this every day, from our California headquarters to our offices in Shanghai, Sydney and Santiago.”
Earth Day – Fun Facts:
• Distance. The earth is 90 million miles from the sun
• Time. Sunlight takes 10 minutes to reach Earth
• Founded. Earth Day was founded in 1970
• People. One billion people observe Earth Day around the world
• Solar Power. People have used the power of the sun for 2,700 years
As one of the fastest growing cleantech companies in solar, the mission of NEXTracker is to secure a brighter, cleaner future for generations to come. Their breakthrough technology enables you to harvest the sun more efficiently, at lower costs and with more flexibility. NEXTracker is expanding their Dream Team and looking for creative and passionate people to help advance the power plant of the future.
“NEXTracker is led by successful solar veterans,” said Dave Kirkpatrick, Managing Director & Co-Founder, SJF Ventures and NEXTracker partner. “NEXTracker developed new tracking systems that increase the profitability of utility scale solar power. Their technology will help even more solar project owners surmount design and installation challenges, while driving down the cost of solar deployment.”
NEXTracker Careers: http://www.nextracker.com/careers/
Founded in 2013, NEXTracker was acquired by Flextronics in October of 2015. With Flex’s 100 manufacturing sites in 30 countries, NEXTracker is now more scalable, reliable and bankable than ever before. Delivering trackers for dozens of projects across five continents. The technology they have developed allows the panels to follow the sun, optimizing its power.
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