Cambridge Energy Partners (CEP) announced the installation of a Nomad solar PV tracker in Whitehorse, Canada. The tracker rotates to follow the sun from sunrise to sunset and is prefabricated and movable.

The trackers are purpose-built for challenging locations, where installation costs are high or where project lives are short, CEP reported. They can be rapidly installed in scalable 15-kW units, moved to a new site after installation, and are suitable for both small and large-scale projects. The trackers provide the same performance as traditional large-scale solar trackers, the company reported.