2016-12-02] Sunrack fixed angle solar panel mounting structure
Sunforson fixed angle solar panel mounting structure is popular in Southeast Asia region. Just last week one roof solar mounting project is completed in Singapore. Fixed angle solar panel mounting structure have following strength： 1. Any tilt angle degree can be customized according to the local condition to maximum the solar energy. 2. Unique rail design and special G module, make it possible to save more or less labor cost and time. 3. High Accuracy, Without the need for onsite cutting, the use of our unique rail extending allows the system to be installed with millimeter accuracy. 4. Maximum Lifespan, all components are made of good quality extruded aluminum and stainless steel. The high corrosion resistance guarantees the maximum possible lifespan and is also completely recyclable. 5. Sunforson provides a guarantee of 10 years on the durability of all components used.
2016-11-12] 構造をマウント太陽光発電インストール Sunforson PV
最近では、我々 は新しいマウント太陽グランド発電プラント設置作業、提携終了と協力してください。実装の設計、このすべてのアルミ地は非常に費用効果が大きい、労働コスト、保存としてほとんどのコンポーネントはあらかじめ工場で組み立ています。 私たち SFS-GM-01 コンクリート基本太陽グランド マウント システムは高い、簡単にカットがないとサイトに溶接修正として歓迎しています。それができ適用広く、土壌条件を考慮する必要がありますされません。
2016-11-27] The Big Three Challenges for utility-scale ground-mounting
As the saying goes, the best time to solve a problem is before it happens. This is especially true at utility-scale projects sites, where installation delays due to avoidable problems can become extremely expensive. Based on years of experience, one vice president of engineering at a famous solar mounting manufacturing company,identified three mounting-installation areas that encounter most delays and redos. In a recent Solar Power World webinar, he identified strategies for overcoming these challenges. Challenge No. 1: Insufficient Risk Management Everyone involved in the value chain of a solar power facility is exposed to varying levels of risk. Risks include considerations of site access and ground surface adjustments, vegetation control, climatic influences, material supply, political stability and, of course, design of the installation itself. The goal of diligent risk management is to mitigate or at least limit potentially costly issues and delays during the construction and production phase of a project. Project Management and Communication One big step in the right direction with regards to managing project risk is good communication among stakeholders during the design and construction phase of a project. If all communication counterparts are known and familiar with each other, issues can be addressed expediently and without high impact on project cost. Challenge No. 2: Poor or No Geotechnical Testing Geotechnical testing at project sites helps determine the best system type for a project, ensures a reliable foundation is used and lets contractors achieve the most efficient use of materials. When testing is not up to par, the consequences can range from delayed installation to a faulty or unsafe project. Major problem areas in geotechnical testing are commonly found in determining proper foundations and embedment depths. Site access and preparation is of utmost importance prior to geotechnical investigations. If a project site will be significantly modified after testing is completed, the results may be invalid and testing may have to be redone. Sites should be tested in a grid pattern to maximize the potential to capture subsurface issues ahead of time, solar panel mounting system. An important element of soil testing is to assess corrosion potential, which can often be a costly issue for any installation, especially on large utility-scale projects. When corrosive soils are found, mitigation measures have to be developed in the affected area. Embedment depths Designing a structurally and geotechnically sound foundation should be at the forefront of any engineering team reviewing a site. For clients and owners of utility-scale power plants, the durability of the mounting system can either create a long-term liability or be something they rarely have to consider. In addition to the longevity and performance of the mounting system, the embedment depth influences the cost of the mounting systems directly, as posts are generally quoted by the meter or foot by most manufacturers. Optimizing embedment depths aides in creating a cost-effective design. Challenge No. 3: Lacking Cost-Effective Designs Structural safety, cost control and design and sustainability are three key areas to consider when setting design criteria and goals. There are certain fixed parameters that are beyond the control of any developer, such as environmental loads (wind, snow and seismic) and characteristics of landscape (geometry, soil conditions, exposure category). Additionally, the module selection—framed or frameless—can also play a large part in the racking design. When working with a mounting manufacturer, small configuration adjustments in inclination angle and string sizes can add up to great savings. Structural safety From an engineering and design perspective, the longevity of the system is most important. Building codes and local regulations must be taken into account to put stakeholders at ease with the system design. Areas to consider before selecting a utility-scale mounting system include adjustment capabilities of the system in the field, which is often needed when rammed foundation posts are not installed exactly as specified in the construction documents. Cost control When it comes to cost control measures, there are three main areas of concerns: material use, logistics and installation time and requirements. Most utility-scale systems today are manufactured using steel. While aluminum is still an option, cost considerations generally steer developers away from it. When shipping the system, it’s important it arrives in a fashion that reduces site work as much as possible. Because work on a construction site is prone to weather and other delays, it is important to reduce installation times as much as possible. Design and sustainability As the solar industry ages globally, the topic of end-of-design-life is gaining importance. In many cases systems have to be built back and material scrapped. Dep...
2016-11-18] German International School Cape Town 100% Running on solar energy
The German International School Cape Town (DSK) in Tamboerskloof has fully embraced a green future by installing a 150kWp solar electricity system, which is designed for embedded generation that will maximise self-consumption and feed excess power back into Cape Town’s electricity grid. This is made possible by making use of the small-scale embedded generation (SSEG) tariff the City of Cape Town offers for solar systems. Schools are an excellent business case for embedded generation solar systems: During school times most power consumed comes from the solar system (maximised self-consumption) and on weekends and during school holidays the power is sold to the grid. Over its lifespan of at least 25 years, the solar system will save the school an enormous amount of electricity cost and will set a shining example of the quality and long-lasting performance security of German solar technology. Additionally the photovoltaic system will serve as an early introduction to the opportunities of solar photovoltaic use to the students.” The solar system runs on 442 pieces of SW 340 XL Mono solar panels and could achieve an output of up to 150kWp at any given time of full sun exposure. Together with the initial off-grid photovoltaic system the school has been using since 2010, this full scale on-grid system that is inaugurated today will enable the learners to have access to this renewable energy technology and compare functionality and production data of both. They will also gather information of financial savings of such an investment into a renewable energy system. This will create awareness and understanding for the vast opportunities for renewable energy in South Africa and Africa.
トルコで 60 kw カスタマイズされた太陽電池屋根取り付けプロジェクト
パキスタンで 500 kw 地上マウント システム プロジェクト
モーリシャスの 50 kw プロジェクト
インドで 45 KW 太陽トタン屋根取り付けプロジェクト
1.5 mw 杭米国で地上実装プロジェクト
オランダで 30 kw をマウント平らな屋根
3.5MW 杭日本の地上マウント プロジェクト
タイの 500 kw 屋根取り付けプロジェクト
1 mw バラスト イギリスのフラット屋根太陽光取付
100 kw 陸屋根マウント システム