Solar carports are overhead canopies built to cover parking areas, and are distinct from panels installed onto a pre existing carport structure. Solar carports have many things in common with ground mount solar panels, which are angled panel modules installed on the ground rather than on a rooftop. Both ground mount solar and solar carports eliminate the need for a surface on which the panels could be mounted.
The primary difference between a solar carport and a typical ground mount installation is that carports are taller in order to make space for a car to park. Otherwise, the two are quite similar and each offer the benefit of allowing installers to orient the panels at the most optimal angle for sunlight exposure.
The great advantage of solar carports is that they do not require additional land the way ground mount does. As a result, solar panel carports offer a more efficient use of space than ground-mounted panels. If you are concerned about efficient use of space, you should consider a solar carport over a ground-mounted system. Overall, solar panel carports have less restraints or conflicts than ground-mounted solar, and can be considered preferable under many circumstances.
Merge the advantages of Solar carport with EV charging and we have a solution which addresses the future needs of clean mobility