Solar FlexRack Gains Tracker Bankability Study

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Jeff Gwinnell, President and CEO of Youngstown, OH-based Solar FlexRack, a division of Northern States Metals, said, “We’re pleased to complete this bankability report and to further customers’ confidence in the powerful TDP Turnkey Tracker solution that reduces project installation risks and costs.”

The TDP, which was announced in December 2015, Solar FlexRack’s TDP Tracker offers a flexible design that allows for close packing on odd-shaped lots and maximizes land usage.

“Solar FlexRack’s TDP Tracker design leaves rows easily accessible for operation and maintenance. Its smart backtracking maximizes energy production. Bundling the high-tech tracker with best-in-class project services provides next-level services and support to commercial and utility-scale solar project developers, EPCs and installers,” the company says.

“From preliminary layout and design, through geotechnical engineering, construction and commissioning, Solar FlexRack’s turnkey tracker solution delivers an optimized, robust tracker, along with a team of experts with decades of solar experience to ensure  project success,” the company adds.

Solar FlexRack offers custom-designed, fixed tilt ground mount and single-axis tracking systems in the commercial and utility scale, solar mounting industry. The company also offers full turnkey packages, including engineering, geotechnical, pullout testing, field, layout, and installation services to address the actual site conditions of an installation, providing a full scope of services from design to delivery and installation. Solar FlexRack has completed almost 1.5 GW of solar racking installations in 32 states across America and five countries globally.

 

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