PEG®SD

Substructure for Solar Power Plants

 

The PEG® Version with Conventional PV Module Alignment

The PEG® SD is a fixed-tilt system for solar power plants with a similar design to the standard PEG® EW system. PEG® SD Version offers significant advantages compared to traditional fix-tilt and solar tracker systems in terms of material consumption and construction time and costs. PEG® SD is suitable for higher slopes of up to 16 degrees.

Simplified Design

PV Substructure PEG SD

PEG® SD Advantages at a Glance

  • Up to 16 degrees slope inclination
  • Light weight substructure reducing material, logistics and installation costs, increasing the installation speed and offering lower carbon footprint
  • Simple and fast installation reduces labor and machinery costs by more than 60%
  • Highly efficient area utilization of 1.6 MWp per hectare
  • Flat module angles avoid shading effects and allow maximum space efficiency
  • Lower height vs other FT systems increasing installation safety and speed, reducing installation costs and increases the land use.
  • No foundations required, allowing cheaper and faster installation and disassembly at the end of the project life
  • No heavy machines required

Efficiency Improvement

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Cost Reduction

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Successful Installation also in winter

Despite heavy snow and rainfall, constantly changing between freezing and thawing temperatures the work at the PEG SD site in Rottendorf continued without interruptions. The crucial point leading to a successful installation in time lies in the fact that you do not need heavy machinery when installing PEG mounting system as well as in the light weight components of PEG (not more than 3 kg/6.6lbs per part).

Josh Unger, Director of Unger Solar: “With the Rottendorf project we could show it once again. With a „normal“ substructure and in these weather conditions I would not have asked my employees to work on site at Rottendorf in January 2021.”

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Approved Modules

Hillside Construction

Downloads

Overview PEG SD

Overview
PEG® SD

Form for statics - PV substructure

Form for statics
PV substructure

Sales

Nir Dekel

Nir Dekel

Head of Sales
Australia
+972 54 994 6666
nir.dekel@jurchen-technology.com
Herbert Heidel

Herbert Heidel

Matthew Lusk

Matthew Lusk

USA, Canada
+1 209 2475658
matthew.lusk@jurchen-technology.com
Amit Chheda

Amit Chheda

Rooftop & cabling - India
+91 9167775740
sales@jurchen-technology.com
Abhishek Deshpande

Abhishek Deshpande

Asia, Africa, Middle East
+91 22 4968 9797
abhishek.deshpande@jurchen-technology.com
Juan Ramos

Juan Ramos

Spain, Mexico, Central and South America
+49 160 90668416
+34 640 236863
juan.ramos@jurchen-technology.com
Yoni Ben Mazia

Yoni Ben Mazia

Israel
+972 54 7714967
info@jurchen-technology.com
Christophe Heriau

Christophe Heriau

France
+33 6 13 61 01 48
info@jurchen-technology.com

Internal Sales Service & Project Management

Andrea Vidoni

Andrea Vidoni

Project Manager
Worldwide
+49 9369 98229-6604
andrea.vidoni@jurchen-technology.com

* Explanation of key figures:
MWp/ha: Referring to the complete DC area, including the gaps between the DC blocks/tables
kWp/man-hour: Time for complete installation of a PEG solar power plant incl. inverter stations
MWp/container: Only the substructure
Machine costs: Referring to all machines for the installation of the DC system, compared to a conventional substructure
Labor costs: Labor for complete installation of the PEG solar power plant, incl. inverter stations, compared to a conventional substructure
Logistic costs: All, including machinery and labour, to the site and onsite, compared to a conventional substructure
All figures are indicative, may differ regionally and assuming the use of 380-400W modules

Pictures:
Jurchen Technology GmbH, Meralli Projects PTY Ltd, Belectric GmbH, Volta Solar BV

All data may subject to alterations and errors.