Very nice!! I'm actually quite familiar with their designs.
If you've ever spent much time at anchor
, then you know about tidal swing. It isn't so much the height of the tide that affects a solar
panel as it is the current
. since solar panels
operate at their best in direct sunlight
, many sailors will install their panels
on articulating mounts as to increase the amount of time during the day they can produce solar
When the boat swings with the tide, it has the tendency to turn the adjusted panels
AWAY from the sun... unless, of course, a stern anchor
is employed or the boat is at the dock!