Reviving Distressed Solar PV Tracker Plants in Italy

March 06, 2014

Alectris Solar O&M Solutions Reap Payback Period of Less Than Two Months for Seven Biaxial Tracker Plants in Puglia, Italy
Biaxial solar photovoltaic (PV) trackers are technically complex and more difficult to be operated and maintained than fixed tracker plants.  In 2013, Alectris took on a series of distressed biaxial solar PV plants in Puglia, Italy.   The results obtained by Alectris in reviving several distressed biaxial trackers plants showed a 25% extra energy yield with respect to fixed arrays can realistically be achieved even in the first few months of operation.

A brief of this solar O&M case study can be downloaded here.  A full white paper technical brief is available by contacting Cinzia Maga at [email protected].


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