DEGER announces first 1 MW dual-axis Solar Project in Turkey

Behind the powerful image of this project constructed with our customer Ülkü Meyvecilik, lies a great deal of self-generated solar power. The first dual-axis solar park in Turkey is has been completed in the city Tavas.

With 92 DEGERtracker D100 systems and a total capacity of 1MW, this solar power plant is now commissioned and connected to the power grid.

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Climate friendly: 35 tons of CO2 emissions avoided

Near to Johannesburg, is the small African City Koster and the company Jones Masjiene. The company is a supplier of feeding equipment for the farming, milling and feed industry. In this case Jones Masjiene knows the effects of global warming.

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DEGER CANADA at the Solar Canada 2015

Toronto, Canada. December 2015. DEGER CANADA presented the DEGERtracker S70 – the new single axis sensor controlled tracking system by DEGER – on the Solar Canada 2015 in Toronto. The DEGERtracker S70 has been developed especially for the needs of the Canadian and North American market.

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B.C. Sun Mine Project Uses Technology made in Germany and Canada

Kimberley B.C., September 1st, 2015.  The city of Kimberley Sun Mine Project relies on the latest photovoltaic technology: Solar tracking systems designed by DEGER, and fabricated in Germany and Canada, align each array automatically with the point in the sky that provides the greatest energy. Thus, they achieve the highest yields worldwide.

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United Nations use DEGER tracking systems

Horb a.N. (Germany) / Jamarj-e Bala (Afghanistan), November 24, 2014. The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) relies on solar tracking systems “made in Germany”. The DEGERtrackers are situated in Jamarj-e Bala, Afghanistan, near the border with Tajikistan. They supply the UNDP facilities located there with solar power. Withmore than 55.000 systems in 53 countries, DEGER is the world market leader for solar tracking systems.

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Higher yields by solar tracking - US customers impressed by DEGER trackers: 73 percent more yield than fixed installed systems

South Haven, MI / Horb a.N., Germany, September 2014. DEGER’s US partner, Helios Solar, reports sensational figures: Between January and June, Helios’ DEGER systems produced 73 percent more solar power than comparable fixed systems installed nearby.

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DEGER personal energy consumption - Peerless 10 KWp DEGERtracker D100 for personal energy consumption in Herrenberg Gültstein put into operation

 
On 30th April, 2014 a 10KWp DEGERtracker D100 with the intend to generate power for personal energy consumption was put into operation on the premises of the company XALINO®  in Herrenberg Gültstein.
In combination with a lithium-ion power storage system, 70% to 85% of the annual power demand will be covered directly by the DEGER-Tracker.

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Fraunhofer ISE: DEGER MLD* technology provides for higher yields, particularly with diffuse light and less irradiation

Horb a.N., November 26, 2013. Dual axis solar tracking systems with MLD sensor technology from DEGER can produce more solar energy than photovoltaic systems that track the position of the sun, particularly in the case of low irradiation and diffuse light. This energy increase is greatest when the sun is located at middle to low positions. These are the results of a comparative measurement conducted by Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE), Freiburg, at the Horb-Rexingen solar park.

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Product Innovation: DEGER launches new D100 tracking system

DEGER strengthens its position as the world’s leader for solar tracking: The company’s new generation of tracking systems combines numerous technical enhancements. The first product in this new generation is the DEGERtracker D100. The new systems are now available in Europe.

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Change of energy from the base up

Future's energy is generated where it is consumed. A vision which has already become reality for some private households and medium-sized companies. First systems for self-supply prove: It works.

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