29 Nov '14, 2pm

Dubai

Thank you for backing me up. Quoting from your link: “According to Dailey, during the FiT boom in Europe many projects utilised dual-axis trackers with poor reliability, which led to high O&M costs. Sometimes these systems can have compounding or cascading failure modes, which can be difficult to troubleshoot and require heavy equipment to repair, he says. Shaio notes that, as recently as even just a few years ago, the only people willing to use trackers were those that were also willing to take on a lot more risk. However, trackers are starting to become the norm, especially in places with high solar insolation.” “”The issue with dual axis at this point is basically that the added generation from upgrading from single to dual-axis doesn’t economically pan out in terms of the extra materials and costs,” says Shaio. “There are certainly players in the market that are still ...

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2014/11/29/dubai-shatters-solar-...

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