In the center of the energy transition, structures for photovoltaic solar panels, both with trackers and fixed structures, stand as pillars of a greener tomorrow. Spain stands out as an undisputed leader, supporting the strength of the solar energy sector. The latest data from Red Eléctrica indicates the country’s renewable quota at 50.8%, with photovoltaics specifically leading in installed capacity at 30,732 MW.

In this context, the durability of structures for photovoltaic installations is a crucial issue, and the guarantees backing the reliability of these infrastructures are indispensable. In a scenario where trust is key, the photovoltaic sector in Spain aims to be a beacon of safety.

One of the most demanded characteristics in photovoltaic structures is their ability to withstand climatic and environmental conditions. Those of us committed to quality take elements such as the durability of our structures very seriously, going beyond expectations to ensure the efficiency and constant performance of installations for decades. These guarantees not only reflect the quality of our structures, using galvanized steel and Magnelis® or equivalent finished steel, but also underscore the commitment to building a sustainable future.

Innovation and technological development are the foundations upon which the strength of this sector is built. In our case, we continuously invest in R&D, improving the resistance and adaptability of structures to variable climatic conditions (wind resistance, rain, etc.) and different terrains and inclinations. This proactive approach ensures that photovoltaic installations are not only efficient from the outset but also endure over time.

Growing environmental awareness and the willingness to adopt more sustainable solutions have led to a significant increase in the demand for photovoltaic energy, and the sector has responded with the mentioned installed capacity. This momentum strengthens the country’s position as a European leader, but above all, it demands that we maintain and guarantee the highest standards in the design, manufacturing, and supply chain, as well as the necessary certifications. All of this, along with consumer confidence and constant investment in sustainable infrastructure, creates a virtuous circle that drives sector growth.

Ultimately, the guarantee of durability in structures for photovoltaic installations should serve as a testament to corporate commitment to the transition to more sustainable energy sources. However, the strength of the sector not only lies in the quality of its products but also in an optimistic and proactive vision. At ESAsolar, we work for a brighter tomorrow for all.