DCE Solar has released a report focusing on the unique installation challenges and opportunities present with landfills, brown fields and other locations where standard beam-driven rack mounts would be inappropriate or impossible.
Common challenges such as corrosion prevention, anchoring and slippage, and streamlined assembly are highlighted in the report. Other considerations such as materials used in composition, the ability to pre-assemble off-site and methodologies for minimizing maintenance are also discussed.
“Land that is otherwise unusable for development or building holds tremendous potential for solar energy collection,” said Bill Taylor, CEO of DCE Solar. “By adding a new source of revenue generation for these properties, property owners can optimize their return on investment for a wide variety of real estate assets.”
Besides presenting additional streams of income for property owners, DCE Solar’s report also highlights excellent earning potential for installers.
“One of our goals for this report in particular is that it will attract additional opportunities for the solar energy industry,” said Taylor. “By reducing the cost, we expect to see continued expansion of the solar market.”
Read or download the report here: http://www.dcesolar.com/docs/03-Leveraging-Simple-Solar-Installations.pdf