...Solar FlexRack completes bankability study of its Turnkey Tracker
 

Solar FlexRack completes Black & Veatch bankability study of its Turnkey Tracker

Solar FlexRack tracker

Taken by your Solar Builder when he was getting a sneak peek of the technology earlier in the year.

Solar FlexRack, a division of Northern States Metals and an innovative leader in photovoltaic mounting and tracking solutions, announced today that Black & Veatch has performed a bankability study of its TDPTM Turnkey Tracker. The technical report covers the tracker’s design, reliability, durability, installation, operations and maintenance.

According to GTM Research, over 70% of the US ground-mount systems are now being installed with trackers. Tracker installation growth in 2017 is expected to be 19%.

Jeff Gwinnell, President and C.E.O. of Solar FlexRack said, “We’re pleased to complete this bankability report and to further customers’ confidence in the powerful TDP Turnkey Tracker solution that reduces project installation risks and costs.”

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Solar FlexRack’s TDP Tracker design leaves rows easily accessible for operation and maintenance. Its smart backtracking maximizes energy production. Bundling the high-tech tracker with best-in-class project services, provides next-level services and support to commercial and utility-scale solar project developers, EPCs and installers.

From preliminary layout and design, through geotechnical engineering, construction and commissioning, Solar FlexRack’s turnkey tracker solution delivers an optimized, robust tracker, along with a team of experts with decades of solar experience to ensure your project’s success. To learn more about the TDP Tracker Solution, head here.

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