Arizona utility Salt River Project has brought together a technological trifecta in its recently commissioned single-axis tracker 20 MW solar plus 10 MW/40 MWh energy storage power plant.
The mounting systems maker expects to deliver these systems over the next few months, as Florida’s solar market continues to boom.
The tracker maker will also supply a new type of racking for the roll out of First Solar’s large-format Series 6 modules.
Over the next three years, Array expects to supply multiple GWs of trackers to the developer, as its “primary” tracker supplier.
While President Trump has a range of options, all likely scenarios seem likely to result in a modest increase in the cost of solar installations.
A report published by TÜV Rheinland, which was commissioned by tracker manufacturer Array Technologies, shows that centralized tracker systems such as those offered by Array Technologies offer an LCOE advantage over other, decentralized system architectures.
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