With our latest report, we’ve successfully covered the majority of commercial-level solar installation types.
Huntersville, NC (PRWEB) September 24, 2015
DCE Solar’s recent report on single-axis tracking systems highlights advantages such as higher collection yield, less maintenance and adjustments, and more optimized site design as key goals for the unique array type. This latest addition to the firm’s growing solar implementation library is the fourth in a series that has also covered ground-mounted guidelines, roof-mounted guidelines, and ballasted installations.
“With our latest report, we’ve successfully covered the majority of commercial-level solar installation types,” said Bill Taylor, CEO of DCE Solar. “That allows us to offer a very robust set of information for new and existing partners we’ll be connecting with as we continue to grow the market.” Developed in cooperation with Exosun, who also partnered with DCE Solar on the company’s Exotrack HZ tracking system, the report spotlights considerations such as optimized site design, closed motor systems, and smart backtracking for maximizing the performance of single-axis systems.
“As the solar market expands, partnerships are going to be increasingly important,” added Taylor. “We’re proud to work alongside Exosun and the many talented EPC firms in the field today. Our ultimate goal of the solar implementation library is to bring more information to enhance the market talent and consistency to the industry as a whole.”
Those wishing to download the latest report on single-axis solar arrays can access it at (http://www.dcesolar.com/downloads/) or simply download the PDF copy. To subscribe to receive further Implementation Library publications as they become available, please fill out the form on our website. More information about DCE Solar, its products, and its approach can be found at the brand’s new website: http://www.DCESolar.com.