The 250-MW California Valley Solar Ranch, now under construction, will provide power to PG&E’s grid. The facility’s solar trackers follow the sun’s movement during the day, increasing sunlight capture over conventional fixed-tilt systems, while significantly reducing land-use requirements.
New strategies and technologies are needed to prevent the prolific growth of photovoltaics from causing big problems on the grid.
By Lee Harrison, Contributing Writer | Aug 16, 2013
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