New tracker park in Estonia – first park ready in begging of summer 202328.04.2023
We are thrilled to announce that the construction of Evecon’s first tracker park, with a capacity of 8.86MW, is underway in Paide! This park will be in Estonia and will help provide clean and renewable energy for local communities.
Solar farms in Estonia are an innovative and efficient way to make the most of sunny days. With a tracker park, they can optimize their solar array so that it captures more sunlight during the day for maximum efficiency. The cooler climate actually works in its favour when it comes to power output – panels located in Estonia can produce just as much, if not more, than those located in Northern Germany. Plus, with a tracker park, you don’t have to worry about losing out on potential energy production due to lack of sunlight hours. It’s a win-win situation!
Evecon has already taken the first step in introducing this technology on a large scale to increase the amount of energy available for households in Estonia. With tracker-based solar parks, output power can be increased by up to 30% compared to fixed solutions – so 1 MW park is now able to provide electricity for 100 households instead of just 70. This means that you can make a bigger impact with your renewable energy projects and help contribute towards a greener future.
This tracker park will be a highly efficient energy production facility. It is based on a uniaxial system, which enables the solar panels to track the sun’s movement by rotating with it from east to west during the day. This ensures that maximum sunlight is used for energy generation throughout the day.
When completed, this tracker park will become one of the most cost-effective sources of renewable energy in the region, generating clean energy without any emissions or waste products. This project is set to be finished by the end of summer 2023 and will be an invaluable addition to our energy infrastructure.