If you’re looking to learn more about how solar trackers are helping to reshape the power grid, look no further than our case study on Dominican Republic’s first solar tracking site.
The Dominican Republic (DR) is in the process of overhauling its power grid. The goal is to generate 25% of the country’s power from renewable sources by 2025 and reach carbon neutrality by 2050. However, building out a reliable clean power grid in unpredictable weather proved to be challenging.
The need for extreme weather management called for a photovoltaic (PV) tracker with proven dependability in real-world settings. This case study looks at:
- the challenge of building out a reliable clean power grid in unpredictable weather,
- what made Array’s DuraTrack the solution to the extreme weather challenge, and
- the results and increase in solar capacity.
In the same way technology constantly evolves at an exponential pace, Array continues to innovate. The DuraTrack system has continued to evolve with numerous installation advantages introduced since the original Alamosa installation.
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