The sun shines from southern skies in the Northern Hemisphere, and for that reason, fixed-tilt solar systems are conventionally installed in a south-facing orientation in the United States to receive maximum yield per panel. Yet, there are arguments for installing solar in an east-west, or dual-tilt, orientation when sites are closer to the equator, have…

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