The Max-Span system provides the solar industrys longest spans and fewest foundations, with as few as 240 per MW, the company says. It includes articulating purlin connections that permit installation on slopes of up to 15 percent, can withstand 150 mph wind and 90 psf snow loads.
GameChange Solar announced that it has passed one gigawatt in sales and expects to have substantially over one gigawatt installed by year end 2016. The company owns a number of installers and often provides PPAs to customers. Target customers for these commercial-scale installations include commercial businesses, government entities, real estate developers, schools and universities, and utility companies, among others.
The company launched its single axis tracker Genius Tracker, in July, and says it has successfully completed grounding and bonding testing under ETL/UL 2703 for use of rivets as alternate panel-mounting hardware, as well as in some cases for attachment of certain components in racking structures. Rivets are approved for use on all GameChange Solar pile-driven, ballasted fixed-tilt and tracker systems, the company says…
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