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PVH solar tracker launches AxoneDuo Infinity

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Solar tracker manufacturer PVH has unveiled the AxoneDuo Infinity tracker designed to maximise energy generation and suit Australian conditions.

The latest innovation is set to transform Australia’s solar efficiency by offering adaptability across unique Australian conditions, including diverse configurations and unique terrain requirements, according to the Sydney company.

Australia is expected to hit 50 percent renewable electricity in 2024 and 100 percent by the end of 2032, but achieving this goal would require efficient green technologies that not only maximise solar energy utilisation but also seamlessly integrate with existing infrastructure.

CRO at PVH Carlos López said: “Australia is in the midst of a race, and it is clear that project developers are in need of efficient tech to be able to deliver the infrastructure needed to reach Australia’s 2030 and 2050 decarbonisation targets.

“Our in-house assembly process reduces installation costs and ensures optimal component integration to help them get there.

“The system’s pre-service connection promises maximum productivity from the start – this is very important to our developers.”

A key feature of AxoneDuo Infinity is its versatile ‘string’ interconnectivity that offers a wide range of optimisation options that reduce costs while increasing efficiency.

Additionally, its ability to trigger independent rows of trackers in its ‘Unlinked’ mode can further improve operational effectiveness.

The company said that when AxoneDuo Infinity is equipped with DBox5, PVH’s tracker control device, its possibilities are extended by artificial intelligence, and machine learning to monitor installations, pinpoint faults, and anticipate structural threats.

Picture: AxoneDuo Infinity

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