For that, multiple orientations.
A single orientation will have a curve of production that falls off when sun is at an angle.
Two PV arrays oriented at 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM will present 0.7x as much area toward the sun but have a more broad curve, flatter on top. It can deliver 1.4x as many kWh/day for a given peak power. These arrays could have separate SCC (or MPPT input), but can be paralleled into a single one for better utilization of the electronics.
Delivering more power early and late in the day means battery kept fully charged longer, starts recharging sooner. Smaller battery is sufficient to get through the night.
PV panels are cheaper than batteries, so good to over-panel and buy less battery. But limit max charge current to what battery can handle.
This was my goal to use 4 panels, 2s2p with each group pointed ~ 35 degrees from noon winter sun angle. I will have just one MPPT charge controller @145Vmax using the LV2424 MSD 2.4KW . Planning to use Talesun 330w panels with 40VOC max which I am ready to click the buy now button on. Starting with 24v @ 100AH LiPo ( 2x12) and hope to add another in parallel soon.
The panels will be about 25 feet away from the batteries in a heated box. What guage wire would you recommend for two panels at 80VOC for that distance?
Do I need a combiner for the two groups of panels or is the one not affected by the other when not getting sun?