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Rooftop vs. Ground Mount Residential Solar Comparison

Rooftop vs. Ground Mount Residential Solar Comparison

                In this article we will be discussing the main differences and possibilities of rooftop and ground mounted solar in residential installations.  There are a number of variables that are in play in either scenario, and being educated on differences and possible issues you can make a better decision when you choose to make the move to solar.  Both installation types have ideal applications but we are going to show you why more and more people are choosing ground mounted solutions for their property.

 

The most widely recognized version of Solar Energy Production

 

Almost everyone has a friend or neighbor that has shown interest in, and has installed some type of solar array on their roof.  They are undoubtedly proud of what they have added to their home and often gloat about energy savings and helping the environment.  They are indeed doing that, and in the past 20 years, they would have made a great decision, but is it the right decision today?  After almost 2 decades of system decay and advancement in technology, what was once the most widely viewed and recognized application of solar is now becoming obsolete in many cases.

 

Keep It Simple Solar

 

The basic idea behind rooftop solar installations is rather straight forward.  Use a roof that is adjacent to the sun, drill holes in it to install racking, and install panels to racking.  This often requires that the roof is facing east/west so that it will be facing the sun’s path over the course of the day.  Any deviation from the perfect east/west orientation will lead to loss of potential energy production in the installation.  Often times as well, there may be some shading in the way of trees, which would also deplete the energy production opportunity of the array.  This means that the same trees that the homeowner relies on to keep the home cooler are hindering the solar potential of the property.

 

Key Issues with Rooftop Solar

 

                Environmental issues such as the ones described above are often times out of the control of the homeowner or are not thought of when purchasing the home.  There are however, a number of key issues with rooftop solar that are at the complete control of the homeowner.  These issues are sometimes immediate, while others are experienced years down the road.

 

Unfit or Unsuitable Roof

 

When many homes were built over the years, they were never built with the intention of putting thousands of pounds of racking and solar panels on it.  Also, coding and building regulations have become increasingly specific and strict over passing years, so it is quite possible that many older roofs are just simply not equipped to handle the load.  Miscalculation of the load levels of any roof could cause it to easily cave in.

 

Drilling Holes into the Roofing

 

There are obvious potential risks with drilling holes anywhere in your roof at any point.  If a roofer where to have to drill into the roofing, they would do it towards the end of a corner where risk of damage was minimal.  When rooftop solar is installed there are spaced holes drilled over the entire roof, weakening the substructure and creating unnecessary risk of leaking in the future.  If a leak develops it could be weeks, months or years before the owner discovers it to get it fixed.  Furthermore, it creates the risk of mold, electrical issues and a host of other risks that would cost a lot more money down the road.

 

Waterflow

 

As we all can understand, roofs are built with the intention of shedding water in specific directions but furthermore away from the home.  Rooftop solar racking hinders the flow of water in many cases and can cause it to collect in areas that were not intended at the time of the design of the roof.  This can cause a number of weaknesses in the structure and if paired with a drilled hole leaking could be catastrophic.

 

Reroofing

 

The average lifespan of a residential house roof is 20-30 years, after which the roofing material needs to be totally replaced.  This includes the weather matting as well as the roofing material.  If there is a solar array on top of the roofing material, then it will obviously need to be dismantled completely before the roofing replacement can even begin.  Also, roofers cannot dismantle solar systems because the are not NABCEP certified contactors, so you will have to call a solar company to come take it down, and replace it again after the roof has been replace.

 

 

New Technology Leads to New Solutions

In the past years, solar technology has exponentially increased and with the development of solar trackers, production increases have reached up to 40%.  Solar Trackers were originally designed for extreme latitudes (furthest from the equator) and were primarily used in the Utility and Commercial/Industrial markets.  In even more recent years, these technologies have been adapted for use in the residential market proving that ground mounted solar trackers could be a viable solution for homeowners.

 

Efficient Solutions for Possible Issues

 

                The use of ground mounted trackers, particularly Dual Axis Solar Trackers have solved a number of existing issues with solar adoption and how they compare with rooftop solar installation.  There are a host of issues that can commonly be alleviated by using a Sun Action Trackers’ DualTrack Dual Axis Solar Tracker.

No Roofing Issues

 

Since the DualTrack Dual Axis Residential Solar Tracker is ground mounted, you alleviate a number of the roofing issues such as potential leaking, weight issues, waterflow and reroofing issues.  The system is also easier to maintain since it is easier to access.

 

Limited Land Issues

 

The DualTrack Dual Axis Residential Solar Tracker boasts a number of benefits that allow for more flexible installation for your solar array.  One major benefit is the bolt cage (mounting system) is only 16” which is encased in a 36” Diameter concrete footer.  This means that you will only have to use about 16 sq ft of your property to mount up to 42- 72 cell solar panels.  The structure also provides shade and with a 12 foot down-post, you can be assured that anything that is and would be beneath it will not be disturbed.  The DualTrack Dual Axis Residential Tracker can also be installed within flood planes and swampy land to further add to its land usage flexibility.

 

Production Increase Increases Opportunity

 

Each DualTrack Dual Axis Residential Tracker is equipped with Sun Action Trackers’ patented Real Time Sensing devices to add 4-6% production compared to astronomical tracking systems, as well as up to 40% more energy collected due to the Dual Axis nature of its design compared to rooftop systems.  With the addition of bi-facial solar panels, you can even increase energy production by up to 60% compared to rooftop mounted solar installations.  Another impressive about the DualTrack Dual Axis Residential Solar Tracker is that it reaches peak production as soon as it finds the sun, and maintains that peak production until the sun goes down.  This means that you will be at peak performance before, during and after peak hours making the absolute most of TIME OF USE rates.  These production increases add significant value to the system overall and will return ROI faster for the homeowner ultimately.

 

 

A Complete Turnkey System

 

Each DualTrack Dual Axis Residential Tracker is a Turnkey System that is ready to be installed.   Every Tracker includes the Tracker Racking, Critical Components, Bolt Cage, Real Time Sensors and Control Box ready to be installed.  Each system can be installed with a telescopic forklift and a crew of 3-5 people.  Sun Action Trackers offers PE Stamps in all 50 states and can ship worldwide.

 

To Learn More about the DualTrack Dual Axis Residential Solar Tracker, please visit us at www.sat-energy.com or call us at 210-302-2141.

 

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Sun Action Trackers Named to Top Solar Tracker Providers Worldwide

Sun Action Trackers Named to Top Solar Tracker Providers Worldwide

In a recent set of reports on the Global PV Tracker marketplace, Sun Action Trackers was named as a key player in the Dual Axis Solar Tracker and Single Axis Solar Tracker markets.

The first report titled “Global Dual Axis Solar Tracker Market – Growth, Trends, and Forecast” places Sun Action Trackers among the elite in the space, siting that in the past year the release of our DualTrack Dual Axis Solar Tracker lineup has opened a gap in the market since there is no other solution available that is able to support 24 panels.  Our PST-2AL Dual Axis Solar Tracker holds up to 42 – 72 cell solar panels, with other Dual Axis Solar Trackers holding 12 panels, there was no solution on the market to meet the need in the middle.  The report also highlights Sun Action Trackers as the leader in Utility and Commercial/Industrial installations in North America.

The second report is titled “Global PV Trackers Market Necessity, Current Trends and Future Growth 2018-2023“.  In this report, Sun Action Trackers is noted as a key player in both the Dual Axis Solar Tracker and Single Axis Solar Tracker markets.  The report also highlights the growing need for solar tracking technology in the future due to land usage restraints as well as the increased energy produced by tracking the sun.

We at Sun Action Trackers take great pride in our products and service in the Solar industry and we are so pleased to remain as one of the true innovators in our chosen space.  If you have any questions regarding our products or services, please feel free to CONTACT US today for more information.

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Sun Action Trackers Helps Power Virginia Hospital

Sun Action Trackers Helps Power Virginia Hospital

The Carilion Hospital System recently finished installation and commissioning of a 1.28 MW Single Axis Tracker system to help supplement power needs and to provide provisional power backup for the entire hospital during power outages.  Estimated to produce up to 20% of the hospitals power needs annually, the Sun Action Trackers nanogrid will also offer the hospital cost savings that they intend to pass along to its patients.

“As expensive as health care is, anything that we can do to keep our costs down can be passed along to our patients ultimately,” Bill Flattery, CEO of Carilion New River Valley Medical Center and vice president of Carilion’s western region operations, said.

To view news coverage of the commissioning, please see below:


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Community Solar Projected To Grow 50-80 Times By 2030

Community Solar Projected To Grow 50-80 Times By 2030

As solar energy components become more affordable, the alternative energy being produced is giving families, businesses and schools a way to lower energy bills and invest in America’s “New Energy Economy”.  A new report released by Greentech Media states that the emerging “community solar” segment could grow 50-80 times its current size by 2030.  Based on those numbers, the community solar market could raise up to $120 Billion in capital investments while serving up to 9 million new solar customers nationwide.

If community solar projects reach the suggested $120 Billion mark, it would surely play a significant role in the alternative energy mix nationwide, and as policy begins to be put into place, financing will become more readily available.

To Read Report CLICK HERE

Sun Action Trackers offers Single Axis Solar Trackers and Dual Axis Solar Trackers for Community Solar Projects to increase production and maximize profitability.  If you would like to learn more about how Sun Action Trackers product offering, please CLICK HERE.

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Bi-Facial Panels on Sun Action Trackers

Bi-Facial Panels on Sun Action Trackers

With a number of current innovations in panel manufacturing along with lowered costs in the marketplace, bi-facial panels are starting to become a viable option for further increased production in solar arrays.  Bi-facial panels are expected to grow into a double digit share of solar panel sales within the year and tracker companies are scrambling to modify designs to fit this new opportunity.  With an average increase of 12.5%, many tracker companies have had to redesign their offering to support bi-facial panels to compete with this upcoming trend.

“With the help of our partners at Mission Solar Energy, we have been testing our Dual Axis Solar Trackers and Single Axis Solar Trackers for years with bi-facial solar modules, and have seen production increases in line with industry standards, and even higher in some cases.”

-Pete Lipscomb, Director of Business Development.

 

The most interesting statistic that most are not thinking of however, is the difference between Dual Axis Solar Trackers and Single Axis Solar Trackers.  With an increase of up to 25% between the two, the addition of bi-facial panels will make an even more significant impact.

The PST-2AL Dual Axis Solar Tracker has produced gains of up to 50% compared to fixed tilt systems with using bi-facial solar panels.  If you would like to learn more about how our Dual Axis Solar Tracker can utilize bi-facial solar technology, please CONTACT US for more information.

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Rural Community Renewable Projects On The Rise Nationwide

Rural Community Renewable Projects On The Rise Nationwide

A recent report by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) is showing significant growth in the rural electric cooperatives across the United States.  The growth can be attributed to lowered costs and greater infrastructure to support these projects, along with aid and partnership from the U.S. Department of Energy through SUNDA (Solar Utility Network Deployment Acceleration) initiative.

Since the 2013 partnership started, the initiative has grown from 30 MW installed capacity in 2013 to 868 MW installed in 2017.  Additionally, in 2013 the initiative began with just 17 rural coops and now includes just under half of the 900 rural coops nationally.  The installed capacity is set to cross the 1 GW threshold in 2018 or 2019 according to the report.

SUNDA has also given birth to new market segments such as community solar for low to medium income households, and military projects.  The initiative also provided planning and financial toolkits to aid rural community projects to move along smoothly, along with cost sharing programs.

Now The Projects Make Sense

The most important reason for the increase in rural community renewable projects is the drop in prices over the past years.  As per the NRECA report, installation costs per watt in 2014 was $4.50.  The average installation costs per the report today is less than $1.50, making these projects more financially appropriate.  Over this time, infrastructure was also being expanded and built to support such projects.

Funding for such projects is also much easier to find through non-profit organizations as well as fully backed financing resources such as Rural Utilities Service Loans and Rural Utility Cooperative Finance Loans.  Rural Electric Community Coops can also alight with tax equity partners to take advantage of incentives that are not normally available to non-profit entities.

Dual Axis Solar Tracking in Rural Community Renewable Coops

Sun Action Trackers is proud to provided our Dual Axis Solar Trackers all over North America for projects of all sizes in all types of weather conditions.  With up to a 40% increase in production compared to fixed tilt systems, our Dual Axis Solar Tracker will ensure that you are getting the most out of your project.  Each tracker also features our patented Real Time Sensing which provides a host of benefits, as well as our Magnesium Alloy Coated Steel, which is 5-10 time more resistant to harsh environments compared to galvanized steel.

If you are interested in how the Sun Action Trackers PST-2AL Dual Axis Solar Tracker can add value to your rural community renewable solar project, please CONTACT US for more information.

 

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Sun Action Trackers to Exhibit at Solar Power Texas

Sun Action Trackers to Exhibit at Solar Power Texas

Visit us in Booth 114 in Austin!

This week in Austin, Solar Power Texas will be taking place and Sun Action Trackers will be exhibiting our ALL NEW DualTrack product line focused on residential use.  Our new Dual Axis Residential Trackers are designed specifically for residential use with a smaller footprint and our patented Real Time Sensing and MAC Steel.

Solar Power Texas provides solar professionals the opportunity to get exclusive updates, network with other solar pros and to regional insights found nowhere else.  The event will host over 400 attendees and various influential figures of the solar community.  The event will be hosted at the Hyatt Regengy Lost Pines Resort & Spa tomorrow and Thursday.  We hope to see you there!

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Residential Solar Trackers by Sun Action Trackers

Residential Solar Trackers by Sun Action Trackers

Welcome to the DualTrack lineup of Dual Axis Solar Trackers

  Sun Action Trackers is proud to announce the DualTrack 16 and the DualTrack 24 Dual Axis Solar Trackers now available for residential use.  These residential solar trackers have been specifically engineered to meet the needs of homeowners all over the world and are ready to be shipped now!  Each DualTrack installation will still highlight our Real Time Sensing and MAC Steel and will generate up to 40% more power per day compared to rooftop systems.

The Most Versatile Options Available

Our DualTrack products have been built in 16, 20, and 24 panel arrays but can also be modified to fit any reasonable sized array up to 42 panels.  Our dual axis solar trackers have also been designed to accept EITHER 72 OR 60 CELL SOLAR PANELS.  This added flexibility insures that the DualTrack lineup can meet the needs of nearly any homesite.

Easy Installation and Setup

  The DualTrack product line was designed to optimize efficiency and ease of use to installers and owners alike.  Since the DualTrack products highlight Real Time Sensing, there is no calibration needed upon completion.  Once the system is turned on, it tracks to the sun immediately and continues for the lifetime of the solar tracker.  Each system includes racking, down post, control box, slew drive, actuator, and bolt cage for ground mounting.  Systems can be assembled in a day (once bolt cage is set), and can be installed with the use of a backhoe.

Learn More About the Most Versatile Solar Tracker Around

Our team would love to speak with you regarding how the DualTrack Dual Axis Solar Trackers can change the way you are thinking about residential solar installations.  Please feel free to CONTACT US for more information today!

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ITC Steel Tariffs : How are they affecting your project?

ITC Steel Tariffs : How are they affecting your project?

Steel Tariffs Introduced in March for Solar Industry

As many of us know, March of 2018 was a volatile month for the solar industry, as steel tariffs up to 25% were imposed on manufacturers and steel importers to the United States.  In January, the International Trade Commission acting on orders from the President imposed an import tax or tariff on various products including solar panels, which immediately caused a number of utility scale projects to be halted until financial profitability could be once again guaranteed.  As a result of the steel tariffs imposed in March, a number of these utility scale projects are once again put on hold, while companies scramble to make projects profitable once again.

Quality Materials Reign in Utility Scale Solar

On March 22, 2018 the White House announced that it would offer exceptions to the tariffs to Mexico, Canada, The European Union, Australia, Brazil, Argentina and South Korea.  It is said that these exceptions were made due to political/trade relations and QUALITY OF MATERIALS PROVIDED.  As you can imagine, many utility scale solar manufacturers have not only had to completely adapt their supply chain, but also have lost a number of projects because of the use of inferior materials.  Though the tariffs are impacting almost every manufacturer in the US, there are some bright spots to be found.

Where Does the Steel Come From In Your Solar Project?

Sun Action Trackers is one of the only Solar Manufacturers globally that sources our steel from South Korea.  Our Magnesium Alloy Coated (MAC) Steel is sourced from POSCO and is in many ways a highly superior product.  Through UL testing and certification, we are able to prove our products resistance to harsh environments and its self healing capabilities.

We at Sun Action Trackers were pleased to learn of the steel tariff exemption allowed for South Korea.  This exemption allows us to continue to offer POSCO’s superior steel products at an even more competitive price.

-Pete Lipscomb, Director of Business Development

This could mean a possible advantage for your projects by installing a better material at a lower cost than other imported options.  If you would like to learn more about how Sun Action Trackers can help your project get back on track, or to learn more about our Dual Axis or Single Axis Solar Trackers, please feel free to CONTACT US for more information.

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Come See Sun Action Trackers at MIREC Week

Come See Sun Action Trackers at MIREC Week

Visit Us in Booth 59 at MIREC Week

Its that time of the year again, when Mexico and Central America converge on Mexico City for MIREC Week.  This week of renewable focus also hosts the Corporate and Industrial Energy Summit in conjunction with the exhibition.  Over 300 expert speakers will also be sharing insights with attendees and industry experts alike.  This year, MIREC Week will also be streamed live through 6 separate streams insuring that all insights will be documented.  There is also a host of networking and after conference events nightly to engage and foster connections in the solar industry.

Sun Action Trackers is proud to be an exhibitor at MIREC Week and we would love to meet you!  Please visit us in booth 59 for information regarding our new DUAL AXIS RESIDENTIAL models as well as our utility/commercial scalable Single Axis and Dual Axis Tracker offerings.  Our team is ready to speak with you about something that we are very passionate about, and we would love to show you what the future will hold for the solar industry.  More capable, More flexible, and More efficient.

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Carefree Operations and Maintenance – Part 2 – Less Is More

Carefree Operations and Maintenance – Part 2 – Less Is More

Carefree Operations and Maintenance - Part 2 - Less is More

By Sun Action Trackers

In Part 1 of our Carefree Operations and Maintenance series, we discussed Land O&M and various solutions to lower costs and minimize financial risk, while maintaining an “eco-friendly” approach.  In Part 2 of our series, we will be discussing the complexity of system designs and how they affect your overall O&M costs over time.  There are a wide variety of issues to take into account when evaluating O&M costs during the lifecycle of your project.  These issues could include such variables as system design, environmental variables and materials used in the project.  In this article we will be focusing on System Design.

Keep it Simple Solar (KISS)

In previous articles, we have mentioned this approach which we have found to be most effective when tackling O&M costs over time.  By focusing on hyper-simple design, O&M costs of systems designed by major manufacturers are getting lower and lower as systems become more refined and efficient.  Though approaches vary widely, there are a number of innovative designs and options for your project.  Sun Action Trackers’ PST-1AX6 Single Axis Solar Tracking solution highlights a number of innovative additions to lower O&M costs initially and for the lifecycle of the project.

Linked vs. Independent Row Designs

Linked Row Solar Arrays or “centralized tracker designs” move multiple rows of solar trackers with a single motor or actuator, whereas Independent Row or “decentralized tracker designs” require 1 motor or actuator per row.  Though the decentralized tracker designs offer some flexibility for land usage, the centralized tracker systems are much more efficient with 25% of the moving parts than its counterpart.  Less moving parts lowers the potential for system failures, while also requiring less time to maintain the system overall.  In many cases, linked row systems will also require “leveling” of each row to allow the systems to work.  The Sun Action Trackers’ PST-1AX6 single axis solar tracker however does not require grading or leveling to make our system work properly.

Figure A

Replaceable Parts

Linked row and independent row systems also differ greatly in the number of motors that are needed to make the entire system.  Figure A highlights an 800Mw project using 8 actuators to run the entire system vs. 28 motors on the independent system as each row requires its own powered motor.   Each row also requires its own control box and sensor opposed to the linked row system that uses 1 control box and sensor for every 6 rows. This means a significant increase of energy usage to use the tracker system, and more moving parts to replace and fix moving down the road.  As another question, Which do you think would require more operations and maintenance attention?  1 actuator and 1 sensor, or 6 motors and 6 sensors?

Figure B

Ground Mounting

Even before tracker construction can begin, the pilings must be poured and secured before steel construction can begin.  Figure B illustrates linked row systems vs. independent row systems.  As you can see, the linked row system only requires 48 pilings per 100 Kw compared to 56 for the independent row system.  This makes a difference in future foundation maintenance and installation time.

Key Takeaways

When it comes to single axis solar tracking: Simple is King.  By limiting replaceable parts that could potentially fail during design and engineering, you will ultimately lower your Operations and Maintenance costs across the board.  Minimizing points of failure is going to lead to a system that consumes less energy thus maximizing total production of the system.  If you want to make your project more efficient, KEEP IT SIMPLE SOLAR.

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Carefree O&M – Part 1 – Count Your Sheep

Carefree O&M – Part 1 – Count Your Sheep

Carefree O&M - Part 1 - Count your Sheep

By Sun Action Trackers

As Operations and Maintenance becomes a hotter topic in the Solar and Solar Tracking industry, there has been many approaches to lower costs and minimize risk in the design and installation of solar farms.  There have been a wide variety of approaches in each area of solar farm O&M costs and savings.  In this article, we will discuss a practice that is becoming more common amongst utility scale solar farm developers across the country.

Options for Land Operations and Maintenance (O&M)

During the development of utility scale solar farms, there are so many operational parts in motion that if the land had not been graded and trampled, that it will be before the installation is done.  The sites are often left looking bare and lacking grass as the project installation heads near completion.  Not too far after however, mother nature takes over and grass starts growing and spreading quickly.  This creates the need for landscaping services and workers to maintain the acres and acres of property to ensure proper functionality of the system.

The Old Fashion Way

Many developers choose to periodically mow the property which takes multiple days and workers, while creating risks that need not be created.  Some of the inherent risks include but are not limited to:

  • Flying Objects – While mowing properties this vast, it is likely that at some point something will be struck by the mowers. This could be something natural such as a rock, or something left behind from development such as a nut or bolt.  This creates a risk to workers, but also to the solar farm itself, by cracking or shattering panels that then would need to be replaced.
  • Dust/Sand – Mowers also kick up quite a bit of dust no matter what the condition of the soil and property is. This sand and dust settles on the panels, making them less efficient and creates the need for the panels to be cleaned more frequently.

Though this method is widely adopted many developers are looking for alternative methods to lower O&M costs and to minimize financial risk on each project.

Genetically Modified Flora

One of these alternative methods is to plant “low growing grass” which has been genetically engineered to grow to a certain height and stop.  This method has proven to be effective in some areas, but the major drawback is weeds.  As the grass grows, weeds become an inevitable part of the landscape.  Since the weeds will never stop growing, this again creates the need for human intervention on a constant and continuous basis causing a hike in O&M costs. Another option in modifying the landscape is using herbicides and chemicals to keep the grass and weeds at bay.  This option works but it is contrary to the “eco-friendly” passion that renewable energy harvesting is based on.  Though this may be a viable solution, it creates risk to the environment and surrounding areas.

Keep it "Simple Solar" (KISS)

The simplest solution in solar is usually the best.  Systems are designed with minimal moving parts and are highly engineered to maximize efficiency and lower O&M costs.  Why wouldn’t you look for the simplest solution when it comes to land O&M costs?  Many solar farm developers from California, Texas, North and South Carolina and even Europe are adopting a simple and hyper-effective solution that is lowering land O&M costs and providing opportunities for the local economy and is completely eco-friendly.

Send in the Sheep

The aforementioned solution that has been adopted globally is the use of livestock, preferably sheep to maintain your land for you during the harvesting of your solar energy.  Sheep are low maintenance requiring only water and food, which is the growing grass in most solar farms.  States like California and North Carolina have widely adopted this solution and are showing incremental decreases in land O&M costs, while creating a thriving industry for farmers in the local economies surrounding their solar farms.  In North Carolina, there are sheep farmers that will even offer their flock for free for use at the solar farms in return for the free food that their flock consumes.

Environmentally and Financially Symbiotic Relationships

Not only is this method environmentally friendly, but it also creates more revenue through shared resources and legal loopholes.  In many states developers are charged an Energy Tax for the land usage, whereas agricultural land is not subject to the same taxing.  This creates a revenue increase from the partnership between farmer and developer.  It also saves the farmers money due to a seemingly unlimited food source.  The marriage between farmer and developer is truly a symbiotic one as both parties have much to gain, while also lowering costs on both sides.  On the environmental side, both parties are allowing nature to run its course while causing no harm to the land or the surrounding areas.  It also allows the developer to “cut the cord” of reliance on fossil fuels for land O&M, which we are sure that mother nature welcomes.

Not Just a Developer Farmer Relationship

Since the development of these relationships major brands have gotten involved bringing the process full circle.  Whole Foods, a national organic grocery market started selling “solar farm sheep” when it started selling lamb chops of sheep that had been exclusively raised on Solar Farms.  Sun Raised Farms is the name of the company that landed the opportunity with Whole Foods, providing their lamb chops exclusively for the nation’s healthiest supermarket.  The buying motivation for Whole Foods is that the sheep are essentially free range, raised organically in expansive open spaces.

Key Takeaways

Many of the solar farm developers in North America are beginning to use sheep to graze and maintain their solar farms.  The sheep are low cost and even free in some cases, creating a relationship between farmer and developer where everyone wins.  Financially it makes sense to use sheep as there are available tax breaks, unlimited food for the animals and no need to O&M risks by using machinery, human labor, and chemicals.  In Solar Energy Harvesting, simplicity is key to lowering O&M costs and minimizing risk.

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O&M Comparison on Fixed Tilt vs. Single Axis

O&M Comparison on Fixed Tilt vs. Single Axis

O&M Comparison on Fixed Tilt vs. Single Axis

By Sun Action Trackers

In this short overview, we will be discussing the Operations and Maintenance cost difference between Single Axis Solar Trackers, and Fixed Tilt Solar Array Solutions.  First and foremost, there is not a defined answer to many of the questions surrounding the upkeep time and costs since each system is different, just as each project site is different and so on.  Rather than take a generalized position on these topics, Sun Action Trackers understands that each and every single axis tracker solution that is installed is absolutely unique in and of itself.  In many situations, single axis solar trackers will be the solution that will best fit the project, while dual axis solar trackers may be of better use in other scenarios.  Let’s take a look at some of the hard-pressing questions that surround this area of conversation.

We were recently working with a Developer that asked if the increased O&M costs on a single axis solar tracker were offset by the performance of the array.  In this particular deployment, the answer was yes, making the additional cost justified.  There are a number of factors that are in play in any development project that need to be noted as well.  Some of these factors are:

  • Geography and Topography – Site design
  • Location – level of irradiant light, snow, etc.
  • PPA – How much are they receiving per KWh, MWh, etc.
  • Time Sensitive Matters – Current price of Steel, Copper, and other commodities

In this Developer’s case, it made sound financial sense to opt for the single axis solar tracker system rather than fixed tilt due to the increase in productivity vs. cost to operate and maintain the system.  This then raised another major question being discussed industry wide at this point.  Centralized or Decentralized Movement Systems?  This refers to whether or not each row is joined by linkage or whether each row moves independently of one another.

There are two major sides to this part of the conversation, which are both significant.  Sun Action Trackers offers a linked row system in our PST-1AX6 single axis solar trackers.  This eliminates a large percentage of moving and electro-mechanical parts in comparison to “decentralized” system designs.  By lowering the moving parts, it creates a more stable and efficient system.  This is achieved by linking 6 rows to a single link rod that pushes all 6 rows in unison.  That means 1 actuator motor can run 324 solar panels to track the sun simultaneously.  In comparison, decentralized systems use multiple sets of sensors, separate control boxes and multiple motors which create exponential opportunity for failure.  These “decentralized” systems could also take as many as 4 times the slew or actuators drive motors, sensors and control boxes, to achieve the same output as its centralized counterpart.  As you can imagine, the centralized single axis solar tracker solution offers greater dependability due to less electro-mechanical parts, leading to less potential for breakdown.  With less electro-mechanical parts and motors, centralized single axis trackers will also be easier to find pieces and parts for moving forward since they are built out of mostly existing parts, as compared to some decentralized solutions that offer complex circuitry multiplied by the number of rows installed.   Over time, this will also drive the O&M costs down as the solar industry continues to grow in adoption rates, and investors are more comfortable with this cutting-edge technology.  Innovation will also play a major role as single axis solar tracker systems become even more efficient and streamlined.

With all of that being said, we believe in the application of the KISS METHOD when it comes to single axis solar trackers.  KEEP IT SIMPLE SOLAR.  Less means more.

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Scot Arey Interview – Dual Axis Residential Trackers

Scot Arey Interview – Dual Axis Residential Trackers

Scot Arey Interview - Dual Axis Residential Trackers

By Sun Action Trackers

We sat down with Scot Arey from Solar Cen Tex for a casual discussion about our Dual Axis Trackers in a residential installation.  Scot has installed more than a few of our trackers, and we thank him for his insight and perspective.

 

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Dual Axis Residential Tracker Dealer Profile : Howard “Scot” Arey – Solar CenTex

Dual Axis Residential Tracker Dealer Profile : Howard “Scot” Arey – Solar CenTex

Dual Axis Residential Tracker Dealer Profile : Howard "Scot" Arey - Solar CenTex

By Sun Action Trackers

Sun Action Trackers would like to welcome Solar CenTex to our list of Authorized Dual Axis Residential Solar Trackers Dealer Network.  Howard “Scot” Arey, President and founder of Solar CenTex, has been an advocate for Solar Energy collection in Texas for many years, as he resided as a Chair on the Board of Directors of the Texas Solar Energy Society, and as Executive Vice President at Nexolon America, after 25 years of service in the United States Army, eventually retiring as a Colonel in 2013.  Scot has installed more than a few Dual Axis Solar Trackers from Sun Action Trackers and continues to adopt and champion our mission to increase solar output through engineering and innovation.

“The first time I saw this technology was at Solar Power International two years ago, and visually it was stunning.  In the case of SPI, it was even a moving display and when people see it, it is impressive.   In Texas we have a lot of ranches and a lot of space, and I always tell folks, this is the coolest way to have solar, but more importantly from our end, it is easy to recognize that this is the most value and effective way to put solar in.”

Solar CenTex has installed over a dozen of the Dual Axis Solar Trackers in various places in and around Waco and San Angelo Texas, on ranches and larger properties in the area.  During a particular installation, he was also able to run two separate interconnection points off of the same Dual Axis Solar Tracker.  He also plans to run a battery system to create the first “off-grid” or “microgrid” scenario for a Dual Axis Solar Tracker in the residential space.  When asked “Why Sun Action Trackers?”  He replied:

“It just makes so much sense.  If you don’t have such a great solar resource as we have here in Texas, solar production really matters, and you have to do whatever you can to maximize production yield.  The team as Sun Action Trackers is committed to a great product, and support, and they want you to be very successful.”

We would like to thank Scot and the whole team at Solar CenTex for believing in our solution as much as we do.  If you would like to know more information about Solar CenTex please click HERE, and if you would like to know more about our Dual Axis Solar Tracker solution for residential use, please feel free to CLICK HERE for more information.

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Simplicity in Solar: Tracking Options Made Easy

Simplicity in Solar: Tracking Options Made Easy

Simplicity in Solar: Tracking Options Made Easy

By Sun Action Trackers

Fixed Tilt Solar Solutions

Fixed tilt, or Non-tracking systems have long since been around and have until recently been the standard installation choice for developers and EPCs alike.  Many adopted this choice due to the cost difference in tracking solutions vs. fixed tilt solutions and the profitability of the installation consequently.  Fixed tilt systems offer some installation advantages, as they can be used in more difficult/ challenging  terrain. Historically, fixed tilt systems are also more adaptable to harsher environments due to lack of moving parts.

Solar Tracking Solutions

Tracking solutions for solar energy collection started to be introduced since the inception of solar, but much like other areas of alternative energy production, the technology was highly expensive and sometimes unreliable.  In comparison to the fixed axis solutions, tracking will produce up to 20%-45% more energy than its non-tracked counterparts, while now finally making sense financially due to cost reductions and rising adoption rates of the technology. Tracked solutions also offer a reduction in D/C capacity which allows for a reduction in BOS, Modules, and additional racking, getting better performance than their fixed counterparts.  In a late 2016 report, GTM Research estimates that tracking solutions will grow from roughly 20% this year to nearly 50% by 2021.  Tracking solutions continue to evolve as well into two sub categories:

Single Axis Tracking

As the name implies, this is a tracking solution with a single hinged axis to track the sun East to West.  This option requires a North-South alignment to maximize the sun’s energy throughout the day.  Compared to a fixed tilt system, there have been various increases shown ranging from 17-23% depending on the latitude and irradiance of the system.

Dual Axis Tracking

Though Dual Axis tracking has been around essentially as long as its Single Axis relative, it has been often overlooked as the most valuable of options when dealing with utility grade projects.  The Alamo Projects in Texas are a great example of this, as there are over 40,000 Dual Axis Trackers in operation today.  This large-scale adoption has led to expansive growth in this market as well, with suited applications in more diverse weather conditions.

In Closing

Fixed tilt and Tracking solutions will both have a place in solar energy generation in the future.  As the technology advances and performance increases, tracking solutions will become the standard for solar energy generation due to higher efficiency and a justifiable cost increase.

We hope you have enjoyed reading our second installment of Simplicity in Solar.  If you have any further questions, please feel free to CONTACT US today for more information on our Solar Energy Tracking Solutions.

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A Personal View : Simplicity in Solar

A Personal View : Simplicity in Solar

A Personal View: Simplicity in Solar

By Daniel Wilson, Senior Electrical Engineer at Sun Action Trackers

When I was younger and pondering the idea of going to school for engineering, I asked a very successful engineer what I should expect to learn from studying engineering at university. I expected something along the line of “you will be able to fix cars after you graduate” or “you will be better at math”. Instead he told me that I would see the world through a new set of eyes. It wasn’t until I graduated university that I understood what he meant. With fresh new eyes, I now saw the world through the laws of physics, cause/effect and that the most robust solutions are usually the simplest. A simple solution is by no means inferior, rather it simply accomplishes the same task as a complex solution, but in a more efficient way.

At Sun Action Trackers, we know that simplicity in PV tracker design is essential, as these systems will be operating continuously, outdoors for 25+ years. Our Single and Dual Axis trackers all utilize our patented Real-Time Sensor technology that searches the sky for the maximum point of irradiance. Why blindly follow the sun with a program that doesn’t even consider the fact that clouds are between the tracker and the sun, when you could just simply rotate where the energy is actually at? Real-Time sensing is simpler, gives you higher generation, and doesn’t ever need to be calibrated. Trackers have to move, so some type of bearing is integral to the system. Once again, in the spirit of making things simple through ingenuity, we have designed flexible bearings that can account for post misalignment and require zero O&M greasing for the entire life of the project.

All of our trackers utilize low voltage DC motors that are readily available. I have worked for a tracking company that uses hydraulic actuation instead, and I don’t miss having to search for pin-hole leaks on 100ft. long cables, praying that the leak isn’t occurring underground if I can’t find it the first pass. I also don’t miss maintaining pumps, changing the oil, replacing clogged pistons, lines that were never bled properly, or wildlife that somehow makes its way through the an 8ft. fence just to chew on the hydraulic lines. Our Single Axis tracker houses 4x more modules than the leading competitor. This means 4x less control boxes, sensors and motors that need to be maintained over the course of 25+ years. Additionally, our UL3703 certified Single Axis tracker can electrically bond over 320 modules within its structure so that you have 4x less grounding electrodes to worry about installing than with the leading 80-module tracker.

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Sun Action Trackers joins San Antonio’s solar manufacturing scene

Sun Action Trackers joins San Antonio’s solar manufacturing scene

Sun Action Trackers joins San Antonio's Solar Manufacturing Scene

via Monika Maeckle, CPS Energy Newsroom

As Korean dignitaries and energy reporters gathered at Mission Solar Energy’s “Solarbration” to mark the debut of the country’s first n-type solar panel manufacturing plant last week, another San Antonio solar manufacturing player quietly opened its doors: Sun Action Trackers.

The New Energy Economy partner of CPS Energy builds and assembles dual axis trackers, components in solar arrays that allow solar cells to gather the maximum amount of light for conversion to solar energy. The trackers literally follow the sun, tilting not only left and right, but up and down. Keeping the panels aligned with the solar azimuth, or maximum angle for solar energy collection, allows for maximum efficiency in collecting solar energy. Read more

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Local, foreign hands power area solar industry

Local, foreign hands power area solar industry

Local, foreign hands power area solar industry

Via Jeremy T. Gerlach, MySanAntonio.com/San Antonio Express News

As foreign investment continues to power San Antonio’s production of solar energy, more and more local hands are building the pieces that produce the power itself.

At the recent opening of CPS Energy’s latest solar farm, Alamo 3, utility officials pointed out that the 70-acre farm near Loop 1604 and Interstate 10 is the area’s first to be built almost entirely with locally-produced parts.

Raiford Smith, vice-president of corporate development and planning for CPS, said San Antonio has attracted wholesale investment — and with it, a full-scale energy supply chain — with an all-in approach to solar power. CPS has made a major push toward having 20 percent of its generation capacity come from renewable energy sources as part of the city’s 2020 initiative. Read more

 

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‘Steel forest’ in Uvalde to bring solar power to San Antonio

‘Steel forest’ in Uvalde to bring solar power to San Antonio

'Steel forest' in Uvalde to bring solar power to San Antonio

Via Scott Wudel, CPS Energy Newsroom

Out in Uvalde, a new forest is rising from the ground. How can a forest come to life and flourish in South Texas? When it’s made of silicon and steel.

The forest is actually a solar farm. It’s more of a ranch, really – it covers roughly 900 acres. Like other solar farms around the area, it’s designed to bring more renewable power to CPS Energy customers. The new farm will generate 95 megawatts (MW) of sun power – twice as much as any current farm now delivering power to greater San Antonio. It will be the largest solar farm in Texas.

OCI Solar Power, developer of four of the eight farms currently generating power for San Antonio, is continuing its commitment to provide 400 megawatts of solar to CPS Energy. These four farms are now producing 90 MW of clean power – with the largest producing 41 MW. The Uvalde farm, deemed “Alamo 5,” will eclipse the first four combined and will be complete later this year. Two more farms are on the way by 2017.

Roughly half of the Alamo 5 farm was built over the last eight months, despite the challenges of rocks, rain and rattlesnakes. Large steel assemblies, known in industry terms as “trackers” and manufactured by San Antonio-based Sun Action Trackers, line much of the acreage like steel tree trunks. Every day, more take root in the rocky terrain. In the end, there will be 9,000 of these steel trees, each holding a canopy of 42 silicon solar panels. Many of these panels were produced in San Antonio at the new Mission Solar Energy manufacturing facility.

Each tracker uses advanced technology – sensors to help the canopy of panels follow the sun’s arc both up and down and side to side, allowing the panels to generate more energy than fixed panels which only move in one direction. Inverters located across the site, made by KACO new energy, another New Energy Economy partner, convert incoming direct current, or DC, power from the panels to the alternating, or AC, power that customers use in their homes and businesses. When the farm is complete, a mind-boggling 378,000 panels will collect and convert sunlight into electricity. The 95-MW farm is expected to generate enough power for 17,000 homes. Read more

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Sun Action Trackers Joins Industry Leaders in Growing California’s Solar Industry

Sun Action Trackers Joins Industry Leaders in Growing California’s Solar Industry

Sun Action Trackers Joins Industry Leaders in Growing California's Solar Industry

By Sun Action Trackers

Sun Action Trackers becomes newest CALSEIA member.

SACRAMENTO – Sun Action Trackers has become the newest member of the nation’s largest state solar power trade association, the California Solar Energy Industries Association (CALSEIA).

“We are proud to have Sun Action Trackers join CALSEIA to support its mission of expanding the use of clean, solar technologies throughout the state. CALSEIA members are recognized as being true leaders in the California market as they promote high standards within the industry and advocate fair policies for solar consumers. We look forward to working closely with Sun Action Trackers in continuing this work,” says Bernadette Del Chiaro, Executive Director of CALSEIA.

Sun Action Trackers is a full line manufacture of Solar Tracking and Racking systems. Headquartered in San Antonio Texas our company’s services also include tracker installation complimented with our in house engineering services. Sun Action Trackers employ some of the industry’s most innovative tracking solutions. Both our PST-2AL (Dual Axis Tracker) and our class leading PST-1AX6 (Single Axis Tracker) utilize Sun Action Tracker’s patented Real Time Solar Sensing technology which is used to capture maximum production. Our steel is made from a revolutionary product known as Magnesium Alloy Coated steel. This product together with its self-healing properties ensures that your project will be able to stand up to the rigors of the elements.

“We are excited to join CALSEIA as it guarantees opportunity for our company to extend its presence in the solar industry”, says Ana Morales, Marketing & Communications at Sun Action Trackers.

Sun Action Trackers joins CALSEIA after being carefully vetted and approved through the association’s application process, which ensures member companies adhere to industry best practices.
Founded in 1977, CALSEIA, the California Solar Energy Industries Association, represents manufacturers, installers, financers, and distributors of solar panels and related components and technologies throughout the state.

Sun Action Trackers is the only manufacturing company of tracking technology in the state of Texas. Our tracking solutions consist of both dual and single axis. Sun action trackers offers bankable solutions to commercial and utility-scaled projects in the U.S., and worldwide.

To Learn More About Us, Click Here

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Texas Solar Power Shines Strong

Texas Solar Power Shines Strong

In the News: Texas Solar Power Shines Strong

Via Paul MacDonald, Alternative Energy Magazine

While Texas has been hit by the decline in oil prices, the state has also recently been home to some large-scale solar power developments, including the 118-MW Alamo 5 project built by ConEdison Development and Mortenson Construction to supply CPS Energy.

It seems that as the bottom fell out of the market for oil, solar power is taking off in the state of Texas.

In recent years, the price of oil has fallen off a cliff—it hit a peak of $140 a barrel in 2008, but more recently has been trading around $50, after being as low as $26 a barrel early in 2016. Read more

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Sun Action Trackers Finalizes UL 3703 Certification

Sun Action Trackers Finalizes UL 3703 Certification

Sun Action Trackers Finalizes UL 3703 Certification

-via Charles W. Thurston, PV Magazine

Sun Action Trackers (SAT), based in San Antonio, Texas has finalized UL 3703 certification for its PST-1AX6 single axis tracker, including the tracker’s self-healing MAC Steel (magnesium alloy coated steel) coating.

The MAC Steel underwent a 600-hour accelerated salt spray corrosion test confirming that it has higher resistance to corrosion, compared to typical galvanized steel products used in the solar industry today. “This product allows for our trackers to stand the test of time, giving them durability and functionality,” says Hong Ki Kim, CEO of SAT. Read more

 

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9 Interesting Facts about Solar Power

9 Interesting Facts about Solar Power

9 Interesting Facts about Solar Power

by Sun Action Trackers

The use of solar power for homes and business is on the rise, but how much do you know about it? While most people know that solar power energy comes from the sun, here are some fascinating and lesser known facts about it.

  1. Solar energy ranks number one when it comes to the biggest energy resource on the planet. The earth receives 173,000 terawatts of power from the sun on a regular basis, making it the most abundant source of energy in the world.
  2. Solar energy isn’t just used to generate electricity for homes and businesses. Photovoltaic cells, or solar cells, can also be used to produce power for portable devices, such as phone chargers and calculators.
  3. The space industry adopted the use of solar power back in the 1960s. This energy source was used to generate power on spacecrafts, including satellites.
  4. Ancient Greeks and Romans made use of solar energy to heat their homes and provide light by including windows that faced south. Other ancient civilizations also used the sun’s rays for heating.
  5. Solar panels have been around since the 1950s, but they weren’t used in homes or businessess back then. Now, solar panels provide energy for many homes and businesses around the world.
  6. Solar tracking systems utilize many forms of obtaining energy from the sun. A beneficial way is by using Real-Time Sensors, which help guide solar trackers to “track” the sun. They also help eliminate electricity loss by positioning the trackers in a “flat” position during a cloudy day.

7. Solar power can be used to provide homes and businesses with hot water, in addition to generating electricity. This helps property owners enjoy even greater utility savings while also lowering their carbon footprint.

8. Solar energy can be used to treat waste water, which cuts down on the use of chemicals or electricity for this same purpose.

9. Solar panels might look smooth from a distance, but they’re made up of tons of solar cells. These photovoltaic cells gather sunlight and convert it into electricity for homes and business owners to use for power, heat and other purposes.

Fore more information on solar trackers, please visit Sun Action Trackers. Our company uses the latest solar technology to manufacture solar tracking systems.

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Benefits of a commercial solar system

Benefits of a commercial solar system

Benefits of a Commercial Solar System

By Sun Action Trackers

Solar systems are becoming an increasingly common feature in new homes. Many homeowners are also retrofitting their current homes as well so that they can enjoy the benefits of using the power of the sun. What about your commercial ventures, though? Does it make sense to invest in a commercial solar system for your business? You bet, and here are three benefits you can enjoy by doing so.

Financial Benefits

Commercial solar systems might be a slightly more expensive method of managing your business’s energy needs, at first, but soon it pays for itself. It is also possible to take advantage of tax breaks and perhaps even special financing, that is reserved for commercial spaces that want to upgrade to solar systems. These tax breaks would reduce the cost of installation and the solar panels themselves. Due to the large footprint that a commercial building tends to have, there is naturally more roof space to install a solar system. This, in turn, leads to a more positive dividend from the investment in the form of energy that a business can utilize.

The positive financial benefits are most evident in the form of monthly savings on your utility bill. Due to how commercial solar systems work, it is possible for your business to see a reduction of 50 percent or more in your energy costs. If your business produces more energy than it uses, you could obtain a credit on your utility bill — or even receive payment for excess energy.

Environmental Benefits

More industries and businesses are moving toward more environmentally-friendly business practices. Whether your industry is one that expects its members to be ecologically sound or your business can be a leader within the movement, commercial solar systems provide a method of obtaining that goal. By reducing your business’s carbon footprint with the installation of solar panels, you are cutting back on the fossil fuels that are used to fuel your needs for energy.

Long Range Benefits

Installing commercial solar systems is not some quick fix whose advantages are short-sighted. Instead, a business who invests in this type of forward-thinking technological advance is planning for a viable future that helps position them to reach their goals more quickly and completely. Your business will gain a reputation for being environmentally friendly and forward thinking. The financial benefits of generating your energy don’t just end after a year or two. They can also have a compounding effect. The components of high-quality commercial solar systems ensure that they are low maintenance and high yield. Not only that but they are designed to effectively resist corrosion, ensuring that they will last for decades.

Sun Action Trackers provides the solar tracking products and tools to help you lead the way into succeeding with your next project goal. Talk to our experts, and see how much you can save!

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