A development partnership with Club Med for HeliosLite’s first tracking system has provided valuable information for enhancing the novel energy solution for hotels and solar-diesel hybrid microgrids. An easy to install 1.5 axis-tracker with a single anchor point can optimize self-consumption and energy storage of remote hotels and tourist resorts.
The French Polynesian Four Seasons Resort runs a 600 kW rooftop PV plant with IP65 protected Delta inverters. The solar system generates around 930 MWh of electricity per year and partly substitutes diesel power, that costs up to 41 Eurocents per kWh.
The new Sigma Tracker made by Mounting Systems based in Rangsdorf increases in three ways the efficiency of solar projects.
The Norwegian food logistics company ASKO tripled the capacity of the PV of its cold storage warehouse in Vestby. The system is installed in east-west orientation to increase self-consumption and uses an aerodynamic mounting system.
The innovative integrated RS 485 communication interface, called Steca Link bus, creates a connected system.
The commercial roof segment is driving the market in photovoltaics. Since millions of euros are often at stake, the expectations in durability and quality are particularly high. May be steel is a better choice than aluminium.
S-Flex from Hamburg now offers installers an aerodynamic installation system for this rapidly growing segment of commercial buildings.
The company Xalino from Germany gained 17,500 kilowatt hours of electricity from the sun in 2015 with a Deger Tracker D100. Around 11,600 kilowatt hours has been consumed directly or stored for later use.
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