Mounting Systems to Supply Solar Racking for 4 MW Solar PV System in Livermore, CA

The one-post system will support approximately 12,720 modules producing electricity.

West Sacramento, CA - With over 22 years of experience, Mounting Systems is proud to announce it will supply its Sigma Steel ground mount system for a 4 MW PV project to be located at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Sunstall will complete the on-site installation of the ground mount system. juwi of Boulder, Colorado developed and will oversee construction of the PV project.

"Our system's unique self-healing corrosion protection coating and module clamp click technology allowed us to provide a competitively priced product with superior performance. The system will not only go up quickly, but will provide the infrastructure enabling solar power generation in the coming decades," said Kasim Ersoy, President of Mounting Systems, Inc. The one-post system will support approximately 12,720 modules producing electricity.

The Company:
Mounting Systems is a world leader in racking solutions with manufacturing locations in Rangsdorf, Germany and West Sacramento, USA. Additional service centers located in the UK, France, Japan and the American Midwest. Mounting Systems continues to build on an 8GW history of excellence and product technological leadership with a continued focus on the surpassing customer expectations.

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