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SINGLE-AXIS SOLAR TRACKER STOWING STRATEGIES: WHAT WILL BEST PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT FROM EXTREME WIND EVENTS

The main focus of the white paper was in comparing the different stow strategies on the market, and how they hold up in real life situations. “The rapid expansion of solar PV across the globe makes an in-depth assessment on the long-term security of all major components of a PV system more important than ever – with trackers being perhaps the most important of all BOS components,” said Dr. Thorsten Kray, Head of Building Aerodynamics at I.F.I. and co-author of the paper “The 30° stow strategies that are common with other large tracker companies simply don’t offer the same peace of mind as a 0° strategy – when you look at the results, and when you think about how many high wind events a plant might see in its 30 year lifetime, the benefit actually becomes quite clear.”

VERTEX MODULE TECHNOLOGY WHITE PAPER

Considering the impact of high current output on the junction box and inverter, module size on the installation, handling, transportation and logistics, Trina Solar has taken the lead in proposing a third-cut solar cell, 5*30 cell layout based on 210mm oversized wafers, with the perfect combination of Multi-Bus Bar, non-destructive cutting and high-density cell interconnection technology, which make the Vertex reaches 500W-plus power output and 21%-plus efficiency. The product design also takes into account the compatibility of downstream systems, paving the way for the Vertex in system integration and application.

ALBEDO: SUN GATHERED FROM THE SOIL

In this White Paper, the BiTEC analysis center places special emphasis on the importance of albedo to achieve more satisfactory results in obtaining energy. In this way, we conclude that the lighter colors of the soil and a softer texture result in a higher albedo and a greater generation of energy in bifacial modules.

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