Envision Solar Debuts EnvisionTrak Tracking Solar Tree System

Envision Solar International, Inc., a leading sustainable infrastructure designer and developer, today announced that the company has completed the final design and engineering for the first three full-scale, fully operational, multi-axis EnvisionTrak tracking systems.
The solar structures are designed to increase output by 20 percent over a standard fixed PV array. The initial installations, planned for Detroit, Michigan and New Castle, Pa., are scheduled for completion beginning May 2011.

Company Founder, CEO and EnvisionTrak inventor, Robert Noble stated, By achieving this important milestone, our team has advanced our patented Solar Tree products into Envision Solars next generation, ultra-high output solar parking array technologies. EnvisionTrak is one of several key technology advances we have developed and is targeted at a fully integrated Tracking Solar Tree System. Solar parking arrays have structural and functional requirements which are unique to this new building type and there are limiting factors of specific sites. However, our EnvisionTrak technology, a hybrid multi-axis design, provides a highly functional solution which allows the entire Solar Tree canopy to track the sun, while not restricting traffic flow in drive aisles of parking lots.

We continue to pursue an aggressive technology and product development program, including soon to be announced, fully integrated EV charging stations. Demand for our new Tracking Solar Tree System is coming from every sector: utilities, corporations, military, municipalities, departments of transportation, cities, electric vehicle manufacturers and dealers, and many other markets. The EnvisionTrak integrated Solar Tree product satisfies these markets need for robust, infrastructure quality, high utility, high design, low-maintenance distributed solar energy production.

Envision Solars President Desmond Wheatley added, Our company has long been recognized as the leading inventor and project developer of solar parking array systems, with projects installed throughout the U.S. including Dell Computer Headquarters in Round Rock, Texas and the National Renewable Energy Labs in Golden, Colo. With our new EnvisionTrak technology, we can now provide a greatly reduced cost of solar generation for our customers, and far more clean energy output from each installation, while still providing much-needed shade for cars and people, and an architecturally beautiful enhancement to the neighborhood. 

About Envision Solar International, Inc.

Envision Solar, is a leading sustainable infrastructure planner and architect designing and deploying clean energy systems globally. The solar master planning firm provides strategic long-term solutions including comprehensive sustainability planning and optimizing designs for solar array structures. Founded by leading sustainable design architect Robert Noble, the company is a leader in the invention and construction of solar structures that address unused millions of acres of parking spaces. Its innovative systems include products for commercial, residential, and institutional projects, such as EnvisionTrak, CleanCharge, Solar Tree, Solar Grove, Solar Row, LifePort, LifePod, LifeVillage solar systems and others.
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