We are STI Norland

STI Norland is one of the world’s most stable and reliable solar companies that specializes in the design, manufacture and supply of solar trackers and fixed-tilt structures for large-scale PV plants.

More than 20 years of solar experience

Founded in 1996 in Pamplona (Spain), STI Norland was a pioneer in Europe in both the development of fixed-tilt structures and solar trackers. Its first solar structure was designed in 1998, building the world’s first PV plant with solar trackers in Navarra in 2002. Since then, the company has taken part in the development and execution of many of the world’s most important solar plants, supplying solar trackers and fixed structures as well as undertaking their electromechanical assembly.

His pioneer spirit remains in force with the development in 2017 of the first dual-row solar tracker in the market, the STI-H250.

Why choose STI Norland?

Because STI Norland has been a key player in the development of solar energy for more than 20 years now. Because STI Norland shares its know-how with developers and EPC. But, above all, because the people who are part of STI Norland are convinced that photovoltaics are the future and want to contribute to the change in the global energy model.

Excellent large-scale project development capacity and continuous commitment to R&D+i

Innovation

Great large-scale project development capacity and permanent commitment to R&D.

Experience

Experience

More than 3 GW of structures and solar trackers designed and installed.

Personalized service

Personalized service

Highly professional service where customer is the centre and fully focused on quality.

Bankability

Bankability

Bankable company and products and strong financial capacity.

Your global partner

STI Norland currently supplies structures and solar trackers actively on five continents and has offices in:

  • Headquarters in Pamplona (Spain)
  • São Paulo (Brazil)
  • Mexico City (Mexico)
  • Santiago (Chile)
  • Tel Aviv (Israel)
  • Los Angeles (USA)
  • Bangalore (India)
  • Melbourne (Australia)
  • Port Elizabeth (South Africa)