AllEarth Renewables and Claire Solar Partners have announced the completion of a 2.2MW solar tracker farm in South
The project is the largest in North America to utilize distributed inverters and dual-axis trackers to maximize production.
Claire Solar utilized 366 AllSun Trackers and highly efficient modules from JA Solar, to further maximize the farm’s output. The ground-mounted pre-engineered solar trackers, which track the sun throughout the day, produce up to 30 percent more energy than fix ground-mounted systems. JA Solar’s multi-crystalline 260 watt modules outperform the peers’ modules by 5-10 watts in terms of power rating. JA Solar’s PV module, well-known for its high reliability, high conversion efficiency and high power output, outperforms the industry average by 5-30 watts in terms of power rating.
The project was constructed under Vermont’s Sustainably Priced Energy Enterprise Development (SPEED) standard-offer program and will produce over 3 million kilowatt hours of emissions-free energy a year. AllEarth Renewables also served as the EPC for the project.
In 2011, AllEarth Renewables utilized their solar trackers for a 2.1MW solar farm across the road from the Claire Solar site.
About AllEarth Renewables / AllSun Trackers
AllEarth Renewables, headquartered in Williston, Vt., manufactures the AllSun Tracker, a dual-axis solar tracker that uses innovative GPS and wireless technology to follow the sun throughout the day, producing up to 45 percent more energy than rooftop solar. The company has manufactured and installed over 2,400 solar tracker systems to date. Among its top-product awards, the dual axis tracker was named a “Top-10 Green Product” by BuildingGreen magazine and “Top Product of the Year” by Solar Power World. The company’s ground-mounted, pre-engineered solar trackers are designed for residential and commercial-scale installations.
About JA Solar
JA Solar Holdings Co., Ltd. is a world leading manufacturer of high-performance solar cells and modules. The company was founded inMay 2005 and publicly listed on the NASDAQ in February 2007. Capitalizing on its strength in solar cell technology, it is committed to providing modules with unparalleled conversion efficiency, yield efficiency, and reliability to enable customers to maximize the returns of their PV projects