Conventional tracking photovoltaic generators have only one axis of movement, but the CROAS® technology allows both axes to operate freely (axis-independent rotation technology), which reduces the distance between generators and allows for higher output power even in small areas.
Due to the dual-axis free-crossing technology, only a small amount of power is required to drive the panel.
Onoda Water Purification Plant, Namie Town,
Fukushima Prefecture CRO measurement data
By adjusting the angle and tracking the sun, maximum power generation can be maintained even in the morning and evening.
In Typhoon No. 19 of 2019 (maximum instantaneous wind speed of 43 m), the experimental facility in Yachimachi, Chiba Prefecture, was completely undamaged.
Provides plant power on a small vacant lot. Smaller power generation area for large power consumption = lower cost
Since DC from solar power generation can be used as-is to power the plant, conversion losses are minimal and a large CO2 reduction effect can be achieved.
QD Planting Electricity® type tracking photovoltaic power generation equipment has high reliability, which is also used in disaster prevention centers, so you can safely build your own power consumption.