Directable Mirror - Wall
You need something to hold the directable mirror panels. An equator facing
wall is ideal. Anything will do that can hold the panels vertical and facing
the north in the south (and vice-versa).
No need for a specially built support, use what's available.
Put panels between the windows of one side of a large building or two
and you have a high power solar concentrator - the target(s) go on a tower
above the car park.
Lower power installations can also find existing support.
One side of a barn could easily house a 40 kilowatt concentrator array.
Unlike most solar concentrators, the directable mirror panels are light and
do not move. This makes them very simple to mount, no complex mechanisms to
set up and maintain or find space for. Any convenient vertical
support facing the right direction will do: a wall, fenceposts, or even an
Australian patent no. 722115, US Patent no. 6227673, Patent pending Europe