Sun tracking Technology

The most efficient way to install solar panels, track the sun through the day and the year.

Energy Creation are proud installers of the new Heliomotion.

The most efficient way to install a solar photovoltaic system is by using a Heliomotion. Simply because a Heliomotion has innovative sun-tracking technology which enables solar panels to track the sun throughout the day and year.

Heliomotion uses dual-axis tracking, delivering 30-70% more solar yield by following the sun from sunrise to sunset. This is significantly more electricity than a traditional roof-based system.

Simply put, solar panels that continuously turn to face the sun will always produce peak power electricity.

If your roof has been deemed unsuitable for solar panels, then a Heliomotion could be an even better option as it is installed on the ground. Installing solar panels on the ground is a lot more straightforward than a roof as no scaffolding or lifting equipment is needed.

Most of the household electricity is consumed in the morning and in the late afternoon through to the evening.

Fixed solar panels typically facing south will have an output following a sinus shaped curve starting off in the morning, peaking at about lunchtime, and from then on start to descend towards evening.

A Heliomotion follows a different path as it continuously moves pointing towards the sun generating peak solar power much earlier in the day and will continue to do this throughout most of the day.

The extra kilowatt-hours produced by the Heliomotion follows more in-line with the consumption curve of most typical homes.

If you move house, it is possible to take the Heliomotion with you. If you leave it behind it will add value to the property.

A Heliomotion is very versatile, easy to use and install, therefore is good for installation in many different environments and uses. Such as; To power residential homes, charging electrical vehicles, businesses looking for ways to be green, to supply power for holiday buildings and cabins in remote areas, For backup power in cell towers, telecom stations, For mobile use in various government and non-government purposes, For rapid deployment in disaster relief situations.