Intersolar - GameChange Solar to Unveil Genius Tracker™ Revolutionary Technology at Intersolar

GameChange Solar today announced its attendance at Intersolar, where GameChange's revolutionary technology will be unveiled for the single axis tracker Genius Tracker™. GameChange's market leading fixed tilt products will also be shown

NEW YORK, July 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- GameChange Solar today announced its attendance at Intersolar, where GameChange's revolutionary technology will be unveiled for the single axis tracker Genius Tracker™. GameChange's market leading fixed tilt products will also be shown. These include the value and bankable quality leading Max-Span™ pile driven ground system, revolutionary Pour-in-Place™ ballasted ground system and ultralight weight Grid-Lite™ roof system


Unique features of Genius Tracker™ include:

BREAKTHROUGH TECHNOLOGY
LEADING BANKABILITY
HIGHEST POWER DENSITY
GREATEST RELIABILITY
ULTRA-EFFICIENT INSTALLATION
LEAST MAINTENANCE
FREE INSTALLATION TRAINING AND TRACKER COMMISSIONING
FASTEST INSTALLING
Please come and meet the Genius at our booth # 9521.

About GameChange Solar
GameChange Solar LLC manufactures fixed tilt and tracker solar racking systems. GameChange systems are able to combine fast installation, bankable quality and unbeatable value through superior engineering, innovative design and high volume manufacturing.
www.gamechangesolar.com

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