Quality, Price and Fast Install Wins GameChange 4 MW Massachusetts Post System Order

The business was won due to fast delivery offered by GameChange and the quality, price and rapid installation time of the GameChange Post System.

NEW YORK – September 8th, 2014 – GameChange Racking today announced it received an order for a 4 MW post driven system in Massachusetts. The business was won due to fast delivery offered by GameChange and the quality, price and rapid installation time of the GameChange Post System.


Features of the GC Post Driven System:

*Fast installation with minimum components count and simple design
*15 men install 1.05MW panels and racks per week
*Integrated tray for easy wire management
*Up to 4 ft ground clearance eliminates snow and vegetation shading issues
*Available with driven piers, helical piles and earth screws
*Industry's best pricing starting at $.109/watt (light loading conditions)
*Turnkey Installation of posts, racks and panels starting at $.06/watt

Teresa Zhao, Director of Sales at GameChange Racking, was quoted:

"With our unsurpassed quality with Black & Veatch bankability technical assessment and CPP wind tunnel testing completed and ETL/UL 2703 complete in a few weeks. Gamechange Racking has the best quality post system in the industry. Quality, simplicity and the lowest pricing is resulting in Gamechange's Post System being rapidly adopted by many customers as their system of choice."

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