substructure for solar power plants

The substructure for solar power plants refers to the framework or support system upon which the solar panels are mounted. It includes the foundation, mounting structure, and any additional components needed to secure the panels in place and optimize their exposure to sunlight for maximum energy generation. The substructure plays a critical role in ensuring the stability, durability, and efficiency of the solar power plant. It can vary depending on factors such as the type of solar panels used, the terrain of the installation site, local weather conditions, and project budget. Common types of substructures include ground-mounted systems, fixed tilt racks, tracking systems (single-axis or dual-axis), floating structures for water-based installations, and rooftop or pole-mounted systems. Each type of substructure has its advantages and is chosen based on the specific requirements and characteristics of the solar power plant project.
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