We use innovative tools and technology at our solar farms, such as construction machinery equipped with active safety systems, smart tracking, advanced digital platforms, and tablet software solutions to monitor and remotely support site activities as well as plant commissioning. These tools enable us to quickly gather reliable and accurate data to improve the quality of construction and our on-site and off-site team communications. Drones, smart glasses, remote assistance applications and innovative mixed-reality devices are used to perform virtual site safety inspections and visits, and to gather more information about the site for project review meetings.
Lily uses bifacial solar panels which produce energy from the front and rear panels. Unlike traditional mono-facial panels that produce energy only from the front panel, bifacial panels collect diffused daylight from reflecting off the ground, which produce energy from the rear panel. The energy gain ranges from 10% to 25% depending on the weather and reflectivity from the ground. Bifacial panels help by adding more power to the same module surface which reduces Balance of Plant cost and lowers the levelized cost of energy.