KB Racking and FIT Solar Complete Three Large Scale Rooftop Solar Installations in Ontario

Fit Solar chooses KB Racking's AeroRack mounting system for three solar installations in Toronto, Ontario. The companies plan on building another project together before the end of the year.

August 27, 2013


KB Racking, a leading North American solar mounting company, and FIT Solar, a Canadian developer and installer PV solar systems, have recently completed three rooftop solar installations in Toronto, Ontario. The projects are made up of 1169 units of the AeroRack mounting system and amount to over 370 kW of clean renewable energy.

CEO of FIT Solar, Sean, comments, "We have used KB Racking on three of our rooftop solar projects in Toronto. The KB Racking team was easy to work with and very helpful when we needed to revise the layout and engineering work of one of our projects. We look forward to using their system again in the future."

COO of KB Racking, Peter Aulich, comments, "FIT Solar was looking for a system that was lightweight, durable and easy to install, the AeroRack system was a great fit. Our project managers enjoyed working with the FIT Solar team and we look forward to building future projects together."

About KB Racking

KB Racking specializes in the engineering and manufacturing of best-in-class mounting systems for solar installations. We offer flat roof, pitched roof and ground mount racking solutions, designed for quick installation and lasting results. For more information visit http://www.kbracking.com.

About Fit Solar

Fit Solar Systems is a proudly Canadian owned and operated company located in Toronto, Ontario. As a leader in renewable energy development, Fit Solar develops and implements PV Solar systems. We have over 20 years experience developing commercial and industrial projects. For more information visit http://www.fitsolarsystems.com.

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