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NORTH COLLINS 7.2kW SOLAR TRACKER

RURAL SOLAR TRACKER

PRIVATE FARM

Overview

This tracker is tucked in a farmers crop field in North Collins, NY. This system is engineered to produce, therefore maximizing space for production while taking advantage of all incentives in both residential and commercial applications.

Location: North Collins, NY
Commissioned: August 2013
System Size: 7.2kW
Inverter: SolarEdge
Modules: Canadian Solar Polycrystalline 240W
Racking: Deger Energie           

 

OVERVIEW

This Deger Tracker 6000NT installed by CIR has 30- 240 Watt polycrystalline solar panels.  Using MLD technology (Maximum Light Detection) our trackers have the ability to follow the brightest spot in the sky, giving the solar panels the most amount of solar access at any given time for the greatest energy yield.  Our client will experience 45% or more energy production without occupying a larger footprint of land versus a fixed system.  The installation also utilized SolarEdge optimizers and inverter.  The optimizers will mitigate any shading factors and allow module level system monitoring.   It is perfect for open land and the smaller footprint allows more space for crops or other uses.  Also, the Deger system features a "snow dump" sensor that will invert the array when it becomes covered with snow so it continues to produce energy while fixed mount systems can be covered for several days or more and cease production during that time. 

Overall, this system is engineered to produce, therefore maximizing space for production while taking advantage of all incentives in both residential and commercial applications.            

 

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