The Velocity MW cluster design is optimized for high-energy output and fast construction, incorporating lean design and construction techniques common to traditional factory production.
Since cluster design is virtually identical between sites, performance data, site preparation requirements and construction details are well-known prior to installation.
This data speeds all aspects of design, permitting and construction and enables more accurate prediction of power output and return on investment. A Velocity MW site can begin producing power in two to four months compared to more than nine months with a traditional approach.
The preconfigured design helps expedite site planning, permitting, construction and commissioning. Solons streamline approach uses less components and mass-production efficiency.
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