Come for the bay views. Stay for simply smarter solar. As Sunfolding moves in to a 32,000 sq ft space, there’s one more reason to check out the East Bay’s emerging Alameda Point district.
Learn about the systems we’ve put in place that enable us to deliver industry-leading results for our construction partners, where timeliness and predictability are paramount.
Pneumatics is a proven power source, though it’s relatively new to large-scale solar. Here are the most common questions we hear from project partners.
An article in Solar Power World called attention to a tradeoff for most single-axis trackers, that higher ground coverage ratios bring diminishing returns in terms of energy production. See how the Sunfolding T29 gets the best of both worlds with greater design flexibility and better project economics.
We’ve had to tap into a little extra creativity so we can maintain essential business functions, assure that customer projects are proceeding with little impact to performance, and hold onto social connections with our colleagues and friends.
What it means to be the only solar company in the utility market on the Cleantech 100
For much of today’s solar technology, projects need land that’s flat and rectangular to accommodate motorized trackers. Usually the land doesn’t start off flat and square.
Sunfolding welcomed Chris Oestreich to the leadership team, adding a wealth of solar industry expertise to our bench.
Sunfolding CTO and founder Leila Madrone’s latest post about the Solar Energy Industries Association’s first-ever Solar+ Manufacturing Summit, held on Nov. 13 in Chicago.
For three days straight at SPI 2019, the Sunfolding booth pulsed with activity. Thanks to our visitors, partners, and team, the show was a resounding success. Watch our feature video to relive the experience from Salt Lake City.
Every link in the solar project value chain has a unique set of challenges to extract maximum value and ROI. Read Sunfolding’s VP of business development, Ryan Kelly’s, take on how to make the most out of what you already have.
A view from the BNEF New Energy Pioneer Awards in New York with leaders in the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Layout optimization is a key driver in project economics. Increasing capacity and improving yield are two primary economic levers.
Sunfolding envisions a world where solar is simple, ubiquitous, and the most economical choice.
Civil work and other site preparation is expensive. With the right tracker, you might not have to grade.
Nestled among almond and fruit orchards, twelve new DG solar projects in California’s Central Valley are harvesting the sun’s resources with the Sunfolding T29 horizontal single-axis tracker.