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Energy innovations have just developed a source of renewable energy (solar energy) known as the sunflower. The sunflower highly concentrated photovoltaic (HCPV) system integrates photovoltaic modules, advanced tracking, unique power optimization, an embedded controller and wireless communication into one elegant solution to produce cost-competitive solar power while reducing installation and maintanance costs.

This is an incredibly effecient and innovative source of renewable energy that is capable of powering up large industries that are having huge negative impacts on fossil fuels.

Below are various features and benefits of using the sunflower as a source of renewable energy.

High-Efficiency Module

  • Industry-leading 29% module efficiency
  • 1,200 sun concentration onto high-efficiency, triple junction cells
  • Tempered glass composite primary lens enhances reliability and reduces soiling

Wide Acceptance Angle

  • Advanced optical design yields industry leading +/- 0.9° acceptance angle

Integrated Tracker Frame-Set

  • Low-profile design enables quicker installation and minimal maintenance
  • Wiring is pre-assembled at the factory; field wiring connection is plug and play
  • Non-penetrating, self-ballasting ground mount structure
  • Sealed gearbox requires no maintenance

Micro-Converter Technology

  • Optimizes power by providing local MPPT
  • Improves performance of shaded modules
  • Improves inverter performance in low light conditions

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