GameChange Files Accelerated Patent Application for Its Pour-in-Place™ Ballasted Ground Solar Racking System

The accelerated patent application follows up on provisional patents filed earlier in 2013.

NEW YORK – August 13th, 2014 – GameChange Racking today announced that it has filed an accelerated patent application for its Pour-in-Place™ Ballasted Ground System. The accelerated patent application follows up on provisional patents filed earlier in 2013.Other patent applications for its solar racking systems and their unique design innovations are currently also pending.

The patents essentially cover the use of poured in place concrete or any other material surrounding any kind of supporting structure for solar panels.

GameChange Racking's "Pour-in-Place™" is a protected trademark for which Federal Registration is currently pending.

Andrew Worden, CEO at GameChange Racking, was quoted:

"The GameChange Racking patent pending protected Pour-in-Place™ Ballasted Ground System is a revolutionary technology and is so innovative that we have filed patents to allow us to capitalize on its success and continue to build Pour-in-Place™ as the fastest growing ballasted ground solution in the industry.

We are seeing broad adoption of the Pour-in-Place™ Ballasted ground system not only for landfills, but also for rocky sites where customers are tired of the risk of the unknown runaway costs of subsurface rock.

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