This cutting-edge robots clean both roof and ground mounted solar arrays to a high standard. The lithium battery-powered robot is capable of working on slopes up to 25 degrees, with a variable speed of up to 30 metres per minute. These robots could clean up to 5,000m2 per day with a single robot and operative.
Solar tracker, a system that positions an object at an angle relative to the Sun. The most-common applications for solar trackers are positioning photovoltaic (PV) panels (solar panels) so that they remain perpendicular to the Sun’s rays and positioning space telescopes so that they can determine the Sun’s direction. PV solar trackers adjust the direction that a solar panel is facing according to the position of the Sun in the sky.