AllSun Tracker from Vermont

AllSun solar trackerAllEarth’s AllSun 24 two-axis tracker carries 24 standard 60-cell modules, to produce up to about 5 kilowatts throughout the daylight hours — about 7.7 megawatt-hours annually.

It’s a complete grid-connected system including GPS controller and inverter.

Rated to 120 mph wind speed, the system tracks 60 degrees vertically and 360 degrees azimuth.

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2 Responses to AllSun Tracker from Vermont

  1. Larry Turville Reply

    September 24, 2014 at 7:31 am

    Not enough info is available to the average person as to how much does it cost to put in solar in a home to produce $100/month or $200/month of electricity. Then what is the payoff period? 10 years or more? In Florida there is an abundance of sun, but very little Solar, why?

    • Seth Masia Reply

      September 28, 2014 at 10:17 am

      Actually there’s plenty of info available online regarding payback period. Most of the big leasing companies provide online calculators that let you compare the costs and payback of leasing versus buying based on local electricity rates and incentives (which they provide in their database — you don’t have to look anything up). A number of state energy departments have online calculators — try http://gosolarcalifornia.ca.gov for instance, or http://dnr.state.mn.us/energysmart/why/calculator.html Easy to find these calculators: google “solar payback calculator” and the name of your state.

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