Kyocera’s solar modules, best performing modules at DKA


Kyocera has three polycrystalline silicon solar installations at Desert Knowledge Australia (DKA) Solar Centre—a fixed pole-mount system; a single-axis tracker that adjusts east-west orientation throughout the day; and a dual-axis tracker that adjusts the array’s up-and-down tilt, allowing for variations in the sun’s angle during the year as well as moving from east to west throughout the day.

Its interpretation of data collected during a 24-month period and downloaded from DKA shows that its solar technology delivered more kilowatt hours per installed kilowatt than any other competing crystalline solar module operating for the same 24 month period at the DKA site. The dual-axis tracking system performed best among Kyocera’s three installations. Since solar panels generate the most electricity when light hits their surface directly, adjusting the surface to follow the sun increases their electrical output.



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