Patriot Solar Group's new roof mount receives accolades at InterSolar

The Spider ST is a revolutionary ballasted roof mount that won the Department of Energy's 2012 Sun Shot award.

SAN FRANCISCO, July 15, 2013 -- Patriot Solar Group (PSG) unveiled their award winning Spider ST roof mount at the 2013 InterSolar event in San Francisco on Wednesday. The Spider ST is a revolutionary ballasted roof mount that won the Department of Energy's 2012 Sun Shot award.


PSG announced production at the "Innovation and Application" stage at InterSolar. Adam Parr, EPC Account Manager for PSG, detailed the process that brought Cascade Engineering's design expertise, along with PSG's years of solar manufacturing experience together to win the top prize.

The Spider ST received accolades from the attendees for bringing together low weight, easy shipping, tool-less assembly and integrated grounding all at an amazing cost to consumers.

"We knew we were onto something when many of the other mounting companies were stopping to admire and take photos of our product," commented Paul Lang, Director of Marketing for PSG.

For more information on the Spider ST roof mount please contact Patriot Solar Group at: info@patriotsolargroup.com

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