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Reducing Failure Components In Solar Tracking»

11/8/16 –

BY BOB BELLEMARE   On April 20, 2010, a single device called a blowout preventer (BOP) led to one of the worst environmental and financial disasters ever recorded. The BOP failed to seal a well shut after the explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, resulting in 11 deaths and millions of gallons of oil flowing…

Array Technologies brings streamlined approach to large-scale solar tracking»

8/30/16 –

by SOLAR CHOICE STAFF  Solar Choice, the developer of some of the largest planning-approved solar farm projects in Australia, recently published an informative piece on Array Technologies’ DuraTrack HZ V3 technology. In addition to its large-scale projects, Solar Choice is also a comparison and brokerage service for residential and commercial rooftop solar installations, having assisted over…

Solar Power Plant Reliability – Why Should We Care?»

5/1/16 –

Thomas Conroy, President, Array Technologies, Inc. Solar power plants have taken their place alongside coal, natural gas, nuclear, and wind as legitimate and valuable generation resources. Solar comprised 29.4% of new electric generating capacity in the U.S. in 2015, exceeding the total for natural gas for the first time. 1 The acceptance of solar by…

Array Technologies Tracks Extreme Conditions To Engineer System Improvements»

2/23/16 –

When Albuquerque, N.M.-based Array Technologies Inc. (ATI) unveiled its DuraTrack HZ v3 single-axis tracker last year, it was the culmination of an engineering process that sought to make the systems more survivable in the field – particularly under conditions of high wind and snow loads. John Williamson, ATI’s engineering manager, says both the new and…

Why Less is More in Solar Tracking: The evolution of simplicity»

11/2/15 –

Michael Orshan, Director of Sales, Array Technologies, Inc. As an industry we have accepted the benefits of using single-axis trackers in utility-scale solar power plants. There is now a clear understanding of the processes, technologies and risks associated with developing and building utility-scale power plants with solar trackers. But this wasn’t always the case. Beginning…

Tracked Community Solar Gardens Bloom»

10/13/15 –

Matthew Binder, Business Development Manager – Commercial, Array Technologies, Inc. Victor Delgado and his wife Norma had been watching their utility bills slowly climb since they bought their home in Colorado Springs two years ago. While their rates were still manageable, they worried that a shock to the market could cause their rates to skyrocket…

How to Design to Code»

8/16/15 –

John Williamson, Director of Engineering, Array Technologies, Inc. As the solar market continues to mature, regulators are taking an increased interest in ensuring installation safety compliance and long-term reliability. Especially in areas of high solar activity, such as the state of California, and other authorities having jurisdiction (AHJs) in the southwest, code officials have learned the…

Why solar tracking is the key to unlocking the full potential of utility-scale PV»

6/3/15 –

Bob Bellemare, CFO, Array Technologies, Inc. Quotes for very large solar photovoltaic projects in sunny parts of the United States are coming in at an astounding 5 to 6 cents per kWh. Certainly these projects enjoy economies-of-scale advantages compared to smaller, or rooftop type photovoltaic projects. There is, however, one other very important technology advantage…

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