PARU Co., Ltd




This supplier is exhibiting at Intersolar Europe.

Product Groups

  • Tracking systems

Contact Information

+82 108 8209749
PARU Co., Ltd
1FL, PARU Co., Ltd, 12, Sandan-4Gil, Seomyeon
57927 Suncheon-Si, South Korea
Individual company presentation

Better Energy, Better Life!

PARU Technology is the worldwide leader in tracking solution for utility, commercial, and residential solar energy systems with over 900MW across the globe. After more than 20 years of R&D efforts, PARU's innovations in solar tracking continue to provide the lowest production cost through reliable, durable and robust system.

Dual-Axis Tracker produces the maximum efficiency of the solar PV regardless of the weather or temperature condition. With reliability and high technology of PARU’s solar structure and automatic safety control function, Dual-Axis tracker produces stable electricity throughout the year. 13 different patents and international certifications, including UL, prove PARU’s global competitiveness. PARU continues to improve and develop better quality products and an advanced technology working with PARU’s own R&D department.

Single Axis Tracker produces optimal efficiency of the solar PV. Compared to the Fixed type, this has up to 30% more of a generating efficiency. Dual-Axis Tracker produces the maximum efficiency of the solar PV regardless of the weather or temperature condition.

Fixed type was established through the process including simplifying structure, convenience of constructing and installing, and minimizing welded areas. Fixed type is formed by a design which satisfied International Construction Standards. PARU continues to improve its technology for new structure, new method of construction, and reliable products that will minimize the after service costs.

Utilizing the fixed type’s structure simplification, construction, and easy installation, PARU developed a carport type solar product with a sense of taste and uniqueness. This type already has been installed quite a bit in Korea. Considering the parking space and features of the existed buildings, PARU has been working on developing the technology constantly. In addition, PARU works diligently on providing reliable products that minimize the after service costs.

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