Under this collaboration, which will identify and respond to commercial opportunities for the project development, and construction of utility scale solar energy facilities, JCI will use Concentrix CPV technology to build, operate, maintain and provide lifecycle support for solar installations.

Concentrix Solar’s CPV technology, with two-axis tracking, suitable for areas with high direct solar irradiation, combined with JCI’s experience in energy efficiency and sustainability domain will accelerate the installation of solar energy plants in Direct Normal Irradiation regions across the globe.

Soitec chairman and CEO Andre Herve said that the company is delighted to team up with Johnson Controls, who shares Soitec’s vision for sustainable and economically viable, solar renewable energy.

“Together, we understand the market opportunity and positive environmental impact that solar renewable energy power will bring to both existing and future facilities, and are excited to provide integrated solutions to our customers,” Herve said.