Solar Installation Series Webinar

Tracking Technology – 1P vs. 2P

Thursday, October 21, 2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT

Solar Industry and Soltec are presenting this special webinar for developers, installers and integrators
who are looking to sharpen their understanding of solar tracker technologies, with an eye toward
choosing the right tracker for each project’s unique characteristics.

We will cover:

  • The key differences between 1P and 2P tracker technologies
  • How the orography of a site influences project layout and determines whether 1P or 2P trackers
    are more beneficial
  • The types of layouts where the use of 1P or 2P tracking is more profitable
  • How project design, wind conditions, terrain, soil type, latitude and other factors affect LCOE

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Bernd Zwingmann is product development global manager of Soltec and is a graduate in civil engineering from the Technische Universität Dresden in Germany. He has wide expertise in structural engineer and is in charge of the analysis of structural design methods concerning aspects affected by wind.

Colin Caufield is vice president of sales for North America at Soltec. Since 2015, he has developed business and relationships with a rapidly expanding list of contacts. Caufield is driven by his passion for renewable energy and is finding success with Soltec’s offerings and the strong state of the utility-scale PV tracker market in the U.S.

Dr. Ralph Romero is senior managing director at Black & Veatch Management Consulting LLC. Dr. Romero joined the company in 2010 and leads the independent assessment of novel technologies practice. He has been the principal investigator in over 175 technology  assessments in the areas of photovoltaic cells and modules, mechanical tracking systems, hydrogen, chemical and mechanical energy storage, power conversion systems, and advanced water technologies. He advises domestic and international manufacturers, developers and financial institutions in the areas of technology, manufacturing, product and process design, among others.