Situated between lush stone fruit orchards in Central California, the Reedley project offsets 100% of a nearby waste water treatment plant’s power usage, creating clean, green energy that fits right into the fruitful landscape that surrounds it.
Small areas and difficult layouts are no issue with the NEXTracker120’s unlinked rows. Independent rows coupled with our characteristic wide tracking angle directly translate to more space for modules, increasing power capacity in tighter site constraints.
The balanced design of the NEXTracker120 aligns the modules with the drive gear axis, reducing overall wear on the system and requiring less power to operate. These optimizations put more power (and profits) where it is needed most — out of the components and into the hands of developers and system owners.
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"As we’ve seen over the past year or two, solar hardware is having an investment moment. As the industry grows, companies that drive down costs and/or increase performance are in an attractive position and industry players are looking for ways to increase system profitability. NEXTracker fits squarely in this space. Their tracking systems significantly boost the economics of ground mount solar" farms. ”