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About Us

About Us

AccuSolar brings over two decades of experience in the Floating Dock industry. By harnessing the top-level technology, build quality and expertise of AccuDock and applying it to a new industry, AccuSolar’s goal is to bring the power of solar at a reduced environmental impact.

Together with our Floating Dock experience we have partnered with state agencies, utilities, industry experts and the Department of Energy to understand the needs and requirements of end users. AccuSolar offers an innovative, more effective option for reaping the benefits of solar.

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What sets AccuSolar apart from our competitors that provide floating structures for solar panels is that our design is not built from a fixed mold. No matter the size of the solar panel that will be mounted on top of them, their base sizes and shapes are always the same. In contrast, AccuSolar uses AccuDock technology, which can be built to any size necessary. This means that AccuSolar structures can be engineered to adequately support specific solar panels—no matter what size those solar panels are or who manufactured them. 


By relying on the decades of knowledge developed at AccuDock, and being specific about the size and layout of the floating structure and the solar panels on top of it (as well as how the entire system is anchored), AccuSolar technology provides the most stable and functional floating solar systems available in the country—which means a safer and smarter investment for anyone looking to use renewable energy sources and harness the power of solar for a reduced environmental impact.

What Sets AccuSolar Apart From Competition?

Currently, when solar panels are installed on the floating systems available in the US, the contractors or EPCs installing them buy a number of panels that is 5% or 6% greater than the number of panels actually needed. This is because solar panels have a big issue with microfractures, which are tiny hairline splits within the cells of the panels that throw the entire panel off. Microfractures happen easily—especially on floating systems—from things like people walking on them, wind, and even installation. Unlike current floating solar structures, AcccuSolar's systems offer a more stable design and decrease the need for maintenance and replacement. This means AccuSolar is an overall more cost-effective solution than the alternatives. 

 

Also, the design of AccuSolar's system reduces the risk of damage or breakage by using a completely new and innovative design. While current systems (even fixed, ground-mounted systems) install solar panels at a fixed, angled tilt on a central axis (and panels are tilted on the axis to face two concrete directions daily), AccuSolar installs panels completely flat, facing south. This eliminates the entire array's exposure to forces like wind and water. It also limits factors like anchoring cost and necessary engineering. Thanks to the know-how of AccuDock experts, AccuSolar makes floating solar simpler and more powerful.

 

Finally, AccuSolar is the cleanest, most aesthetically pleasing option for floating solar. With AccuDock's design and technology—including aluminum gangways and ramps and spaces for hiding wires, AccuSolar offers users a very clean, sleek, and professional look. So far, alternative floating solar options have been messy and disorganized—they take away from the aesthetic beauty of the environment they're placed in.

 

To learn more about how AccuSolar is different and why we stand out from competitors, browse our webpage and read about our design.

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