Innovative Technology

Equinox-Holding is a trailblazer in the realm of renewable energy, particularly in the solar energy sector. Our pioneering initiatives have led to the development of large-scale solar projects, including Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs), in the Dominican Republic and across the vibrant landscapes of Latin America (LATAM) and Central America.
Equinox-Holding’s commitment to driving solar energy initiatives across the Dominican Republic, Latin America, and Central America is unwavering. Through our expertise, dedication, and strategic partnerships, we aim to lead the charge towards a more sustainable future, one powered by the limitless potential of solar energy. Join us as we continue to illuminate the path towards a brighter, greener tomorrow for all.


Parabolic Trough

Parabolic trough systems use curved mirrors to focus the sun’s energy onto a receiver tube that runs down the center of a trough. In the receiver tube, a high-temperature heat transfer fluid (such as a synthetic oil) absorbs the sun’s energy, reaching temperatures of 750°F or higher, and passes through a heat exchanger to heat water and produce steam. The steam drives a conventional steam turbine power system to generate electricity. A typical solar collector field contains hundreds of parallel rows of troughs connected as a series of loops, which are placed on a north-south axis so the troughs can track the sun from east to west. Individual collector modules are typically 15-20 feet tall and 300-450 feet long.


Our commitment to advancing solar panel technology and sustainable energy solutions is evident in our multifaceted approach:

Dominican Republic PPA

We have successfully established significant solar projects in the Dominican Republic, leveraging Power Purchase Agreements to drive the adoption of clean energy. These initiatives contribute significantly to the nation's renewable energy capacity, fostering a more sustainable and eco-friendly energy landscape.

LATAM & Central America Focus

Our footprint extends beyond borders, as we actively work across Latin America and Central America to expand access to solar energy solutions. Through strategic partnerships, innovative technologies, and a deep understanding of regional dynamics, we aim to promote widespread adoption of solar power, thereby reducing carbon emissions and dependence on traditional energy sources.

Innovative Solar Panel Development

Equinox-Holding is at the forefront of innovation in solar panel technology. We continually explore and invest in cutting-edge advancements to enhance efficiency, affordability, and accessibility of solar energy solutions across diverse markets in the region

Sustainability as a Driving Force

Our endeavours in solar energy are firmly rooted in sustainability. By advocating for and implementing solar solutions, we contribute not only to clean energy production but also to mitigating environmental impact, fostering economic growth, and empowering local communities

Mirrors are distributed over a parabolic dish surface to concentrate sunlight on a receiver fixed at the focal point. In contrast to other CSP technologies that employ steam to create electricity via a turbine, a dish-engine system uses a working fluid such as hydrogen that is heated up to 1,200° F in the receiver to drive an engine. Each dish rotates along two axes to track the sun.

Equinox Holding

Equinox Holding is involved in different solar energy process

Photovoltaic (PV) Systems

PV systems directly convert sunlight into electricity using solar panels made of semiconductor materials like silicon.

Solar Thermal Energy

This technology harnesses solar energy to generate heat rather than electricity. There are different solar thermal systems, including:

Solar Water Heating

Using solar collectors, these systems heat water for residential or commercial use, reducing the need for conventional water heating methods.

Concentrated Solar Power (CSP)

CSP systems use mirrors or lenses to concentrate sunlight onto a small area, typically heating a fluid to produce steam that drives a turbine connected to a generator, generating electricity. This is often used in utility-scale power plants.


Compact Linear Fresnel Reflector

CLFR uses the principles of curved-mirror trough systems, but with long parallel rows of lower-cost flat mirrors. These modular reflectors focus the sun’s energy onto elevated receivers, which consist of a system of tubes through which water flows. The concentrated sunlight boils the water, generating high-pressure steam for direct use in power generation and industrial steam applications.


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