Mitigating Frost Upheaval with Earth Anchor Mounting System

This technology allows a project to mitigate a lot of the typical pain points which are usually associated with solar ground mount installs making it faster and cheaper to install and with fewer assets required.

When Augers, Ground Screws Make Economic Sense for Solar Contractors?

The use of augers and ground screws have been of interest in solar ground mount systems for some time, and for the right sized job, they offer solar contractors an opportunity to grow their business.

Best Practices: Installing PV on Tile Roof

The use of either hanger bolt assemblies or standoffs mean that youll need to drill, grind or cut the tile when installing, which is not an ideal solution, and will make the time you spend on the roof more time consuming as well as more frustrating.

Klein Tools - Electrician of the Year Contest

AltEnergyMag sat down with Klein Tools to discuss the Electrician of the Year Contest. The grand prize winner will receive a 2015 Ford F-150 XLT Crew Cab customized by off-road specialists Addictive Desert Designs in Mesa, Arizona.

A Proven Approach To The Challenge Of Building A Leak-proof Array

The current suggested guideline by the NRCA (National Roofing Contractor Association) for the installation of a PV system on a steep slope asphalt shingle roof as far as the flashing of the PV system stanchions, shows the metal flange to be applied underneath the roofing paper.

Maximizing the Benefits of Roof-Mounted Solar Arrays for Commercial Buildings

Contractors, builders, roofing companies, and property managers have a rare and unique opportunity to profit from the expansion of solar as it becomes more and more mainstream.

Klein Tools Introduces A Full Range Non-Contact Voltage Tester with Flashlight

Tests 12 - 1000V AC and includes independent, bright flashlight

FastRack510 Installed at Hawaii's Largest Airports

The minimal seismic anchors were installed at a rate of up to five per man hour. Combined, the arrays were spread over more than ten individual flat roofs.

Combining the Advantages of Module-level Power Electronics and String Inverter Topology

This product innovation provides benefits of module-level monitoring while avoiding all the complication, costs and disadvantages of existing module-level products.

Fixed-Tilt System vs. Single-Axis Tracker O&M Comparison

As PV plants come out of warranty from the installer, an understanding of what needs repair, when, and how to do it is just as important as what equipment was selected and how it was installed.

Maintaining Satcon Inverters

When Satcon, the former inverter manufacturer, closed shop, Photon Energy moved quickly and hired key technical personnel.

Case Study - 2.4 MW Solar Ground Mount Orange, Massachusetts

Working in two shifts in record low temperatures and stormy conditions, installers completed the ground mount array in just 36 days (during a record 60-year storm with 24 inches of snow and 60 mph gusts).

Data Loggers Bring More Light to Remote Medical Clinics

The WE CARE Solar team required a better way to log system performance data and monitor usage patterns to ensure that correctly-sized PV power systems were being implemented in the medical clinics.

Bankable Data and Interoperability Standards

Data quality derives from the combination of accurate instruments plus Data Encoding Standards: one can take highly accurate data samples but if there is no agreement as to what the data means, the data could be considered to be of low quality because of its inability to improve the decision making process.

What's new with connectors for the solar photovoltaic industry?

Getting a jump on proposed UL 6703A standard

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