In this pv magazine Webinar, our initiative partner will demonstrate how to make the right decision for using either a one-in-portrait or a two-in-portrait tracker. There is a range of considerations, such as a tracker’s ability to adapt to the terrain it is built on, whether you are using bifacial modules, or how expensive the land is, to bear in mind. In addition, the decision to opt for 1P or 2P will entail how the electrical configuration is made and how the software and control electronics are set up. Thus, another layer of financial and technical parameters changes and needs to be carefully considered.
Join this pv magazine Webinar to learn more about how to optimize key parameters and when to use Albedo enhancing materials to receive the highest cost-efficiency of bifacial tracker arrays and the bankability of projects.
Our webinar partner, Soltec, has logged in 12 months of testing in its Bifacial Tracker Evaluation Center and will share some of the key findings in this webinar. Aside from news about AC/DC-ratio practices, also joining the webinar is NREL’s Bifacial PV Analyst, Silvana Ayala, who will provide her insights into the two methodologies to calculate rear-side irradiance.
With the emergence of bifacial modules, tracker suppliers are in the process of figuring out the new optimal set-up with regard to tracker height, row spacing and tracking algorithms. The old paradigm of merely tracking azimuth position no longer applies.
In this webinar, we are joined by Soltec who believe they have a solution, and will share with you their expertise in tracking with bifacial modules. Colin Caufield, VP of Sales USA and Javier Guerrero, R&D Engineer PV from Soltec will present a summary of the results obtained from September 2018 to June 2019 at Soltec’s Bifacial Tracking Evaluation Center (BiTEC) in Livermore, California.
Discover how comprehensive dynamic analysis in tracker wind-design can impact output Join our pv magazine webinar, in partnership with Soltec, for solutions to prepare against extreme wind loads, through an exploration of the aeroelastic effects in tracker design analysis, including real case studies. As studies have shown, certain wind-design code standards applied to solar trackers […]
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