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GROUND SOLAR

Ground Mount Solar Although ground-mounted systems are less common, they offer important benefits, including: Installation size — if your property has a lot of unused land, you can install a much larger PV system and generate even higher savings. Orientation — for properties without south-facing roofs, ground-mounted solar installations allow you to maximize your energy generation potential. Shading — you can set up your solar panels in the sunniest regions of your yard to avoid shading. Fewer upgrades — no changes to existing rooftops are necessary with ground-mounted systems When it comes to designing a solar panel array that will generate the most electricity possible, the biggest factor is, of course, maximizing sun exposure. For this reason, solar panels are usually installed on a south or west-facing surface. If your roof doesn’t have a south-facing pitch or gets a lot of shade throughout the day, then you may need more panels to optimize your energy creation. Ground-mounted panels eliminate this issue because they can be pointed in the optimal direction for sun exposure. Do you own lots of land that’s just basking in sunshine? Awesome! That means you’ve got even more space to install ground-mounted solar panels. Rooftop panels are restricted by the size of your roof, so once you run out of south or west-facing space, then the amount of solar energy you’ll be able to create will drop. With ground-mounted panels, you’re only restricted by the size of your lot (and local zoning regulations) which means you could install a fairly large system if you’ve got the space for it. Ground mount solar panels can be placed anywhere in a yard or field that sees the sun for the majority of the day. Ground mounting is similar to pole mounting in that it requires a dedicated space in a yard or field to set up the panels. As a result, they are an ideal choice for residential, commercial or agricultural use, or on any other site where land is available.
Business Hours Monday - Friday  9 AM – 7 PM Saturday 10 AM - 9 PM Sunday Closed (248) 387-9870

Helping Providing Solar Power throughout the USA!

© 2021 Prometheus Power Group, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

GROUND SOLAR

Ground Mount Solar Although ground-mounted systems are less common, they offer important benefits, including: Installation size — if your property has a lot of unused land, you can install a much larger PV system and generate even higher savings. Orientation — for properties without south- facing roofs, ground-mounted solar installations allow you to maximize your energy generation potential. Shading — you can set up your solar panels in the sunniest regions of your yard to avoid shading. Fewer upgrades — no changes to existing rooftops are necessary with ground-mounted systems When it comes to designing a solar panel array that will generate the most electricity possible, the biggest factor is, of course, maximizing sun exposure. For this reason, solar panels are usually installed on a south or west-facing surface. If your roof doesn’t have a south-facing pitch or gets a lot of shade throughout the day, then you may need more panels to optimize your energy creation. Ground-mounted panels eliminate this issue because they can be pointed in the optimal direction for sun exposure. Do you own lots of land that’s just basking in sunshine? Awesome! That means you’ve got even more space to install ground-mounted solar panels. Rooftop panels are restricted by the size of your roof, so once you run out of south or west- facing space, then the amount of solar energy you’ll be able to create will drop. With ground-mounted panels, you’re only restricted by the size of your lot (and local zoning regulations) which means you could install a fairly large system if you’ve got the space for it. Ground mount solar panels can be placed anywhere in a yard or field that sees the sun for the majority of the day. Ground mounting is similar to pole mounting in that it requires a dedicated space in a yard or field to set up the panels. As a result, they are an ideal choice for residential, commercial or agricultural use, or on any other site where land is available.