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21
YEARS OF SUCCESS

ABOUT US

WE MAKE SOLAR TECHNOLOGY MORE EFFICIENT: SOLAR TRACKING SYSTEMS FROM DEGER

DEGER is the leading manufacturer with the world’s largest product portfolio for single and dual-axis solar tracking systems. Our market position is based on the unique, patented “Maximum Light Detection” or MLD technology. The MLD-sensor constantly aligns the connected solar modules to the point that provides the greatest energy and achieves a 42,9% greater yield on average than fixed systems. With more than 100,000 projects implemented in more than 75 countries since 1999, DEGER is the world’s market and technology leader for sensor based tracking systems.

NEWS & VIDEOS

90 kWp Agricultural Irrigation Project from DEGER IBERICA

The lastest project completed by DEGER IBERICA consists of 4 DEGER S100-PF-SR single axis trackers each with 60  375 Wp Ulica photovoltaic modules. ...

A New Retrofitting Project from DEGER GREECE

Another successfull upgrade from a 100 kWp fixed mount  solar project to MLD technology took place in Fthiotida, central Greece. Bifacial modules ...

Tracking Systems from DEGER for Poultry Farming

The energy produced by two DEGER D100 tracking systems, with an installed capacity of 27.72 kWp, will support the farm "Markku Kiiskin Tila Oy" in Hav...

DEGER Tracker Single Axis

With the single-axis tracker from DEGER you can achieve yield increases of approx. 30% greater than fixed systems. An easy plug-and-play installation is realized by means of the stable supporting construction.

DEGER Tracker Single Axis

DEGER Tracker Dual Axis

Precisely at the point where the most irradiation can be absorbed – that is where dual-axis DEGER trackers always align the photovoltaic modules and can thus achieve an average of 42,9% yield increase over fixed systems.

DEGER Tracker Dual Axis

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