Solar power systems company Mp-tec GmbH delivered its Skytrap tracking systems for one of the first Danish solar farms, which is due to open in early 2011.
The special panels contain highly sensitive sensor cells which react even at low levels of global irradiation. According to Mp-tec, yields have increased by 30 per cent, even when the sun is hidden by clouds.
The client, Linak, will use the electricity supplied by the solar farm in powering its neaby production facility.
The farm’s 500 square metres of solar modules are expected to generate 90,000kWh of power annually and will reduce Linak’s carbon dioxide emissions by ten per cent.
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