Monday, 23 January 2017

A big tracker is coming to the Kamloops area

Last week Sweet Spot Solar sold equipment for three new rooftop arrays. This week we are thrilled to have sold this incredible two axis tracker to a family in Kamloops. This tracker will be constructed using bifacial modules made by Canadian company Silfab, and it is expected to produce around 22,000 kWh/year of electricity.The bifacial modules capture energy from behind by taking advantage of the albedo effect. It is going on an acreage and we expect it to be a landmark to showcase how solar can make a significant impact on our future sustainability.



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