Lowering CAPEX over 40%
Building a solar power plant with less machine, logistic and labor costs
The PEG system offers the lowest possible Levelized Costs of Energy (LCOE) with a best-in-class technology and long-term reliability. This LCOE is achieved through significantly less substructure supply, delivery and installation costs.
The PEG is built with minimal foundations and installation effort and without heavy construction machines.
The PEG installations do NOT require heavy machines
All installation tools required for PEG are packed in small package:
Just 4 types of tools required:
Cords and measuring
Setting up the ramming locations: A GPS-based device is needed to mark the corner points of each block. The remaining markings can be set with cords.
A standard hammer drill is sufficient for ramming the rods. A standard earth auger is required for drilling the anchor rods.
Crimping the plates will be done with a standard pressing machine and the pressing jaw from Jurchen Technology.
The modules are easily mounted with clips and hexagon socket screws using a cordless screwdriver.
PEG installation process
Details PEG installation video
Drilling anchor rods
An alternative PEG foundations for soft soil
Installation Image Gallery
Internal Sales Service & Project Management
* Explanation of key figures:
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
Jurchen Technology GmbH, Meralli Projects PTY Ltd, Belectric GmbH, Volta Solar BV
All data may subject to alterations and errors.