Maximizing ground coverage and cutting installation costs for a lower LCOE
To keep the cost of balance of systems components falling in time with those of modules requires innovation from their suppliers. For tracking system suppliers this could mean simplifying installation in the field or reducing material consumption. And with heavy competition for available land in many regions, squeezing more modules onto a site, without causing shading of course, is an increasingly important concern for many projects.
Jurchen’s PEG solar tracking system combines all three of these approaches. In this pv magazine Webinar, developed in partnership with Jurchen, we’ll take a closer look at how the system, in which modules are densely packed in an east-west orientation to maximize ground coverage, compares to single-axis trackers and other tracking solutions in the ground mount project space, and take a look at some case studies from among the 200 MW the company has installed since launching the system in 2014.
Nir Dekel, DV Business development manager for Jurchen Technology will take us through the features of the system: its simplified requirements for installation, improved ground coverage ratio compared to others on the market, tried and tested methods for operations and maintenance with this system and how the design stands up to harsh conditions in the field.
We’ll also be hearing from Herman Goulooze, EPC manager at the Netherlands based Volta Solar, about their experiences installing and operating projects built with the PEG substructure, and how the system’s features translate into a lower LCOE at a project level.
pv magazine Webinar content
- Overview of the PEG substructure features & bankability
- System design and robustness
- Installation, not construction
- O&M solutions
- A case study from projects installed with the PEG substructure
Join this pv magazine Webinar to find out how to further cut your installation costs and maximize ground coverage to lower your LCOE!
Questions can be submitted beforehand or during the webinar through a chat window. Mark Hutchins will be the moderator of this pv magazine Webinar. We look forward to your participation!