AllEarth Renewables has introduced a new L20 solar tracker to its solar tracker product line-up, which you should check out here at SPI, booth #3534.
The new product features 20 landscape-oriented modules on its proven pole-mounted tracking system designed for residential and commercial use. The L20 will boost production by enabling higher power 72 cell modules, increasing the tracker advantage, while reducing material use and lowering hardware costs. The new product also improves wind loading and increases the height of the bottom row of panels from the ground.
AllEarth Renewables will begin offering the L20 as a complete system package to installers and developers in January 2016.
“As a company, we’re constantly looking to improve our product offerings to meet the needs of our customers. The new L20 helps us boost tracker energy production, while lowering the costs of our existing, well-proven tracking system,” said AllEath’s President and CEO David Blittersdorf.
The new product addition by AllEarth positions the company to continue its national expansion with a growing group of solar developer and installer-partners nationwide. AllEarth Renewables has more than 80 dealer installers across the country.
If you need more AllEarth news and insight, first, check our archives, and second, stop by the SPI education panel Blittersdorf is moderating on the topic of operations and maintenance.
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