Ecolibrium Solar racking installed on Midwest's largest rooftop PV array

3.2 MW – EcoFoot2 - 10 acres - Indianapolis, IN – Developed by Melink Solar, installed by TMI Electric

ATHENS, Ohio, September 29, 2014 – Ecolibrium Solar, a manufacturer of flat roof mounting systems, is proud to announce the completion of the largest rooftop solar array in the Midwest, developed by Melink Solar and installed by TMI Electric. This project featured the installation of 12,264 modules for a total system size of 3.2 MW covering 10 acres utilizing EcoFoot2™ mounting hardware.


Melink General Manager Jeremy Chapman said, "Melink was impressed with the simplicity of the racking system and the ease of installation. The price point was very attractive as well." This quote highlights the key features of Ecolibrium's Ecofoot line, installation ease and speed and tremendous value.

Although the project was a success, Ecolibrium solicited feedback from Melink and other installers to optimize future installations. The industry requested preassembled clamps, so that is exactly what the company now delivers with EcoFoot2+, the newest addition to Ecolibrium's EcoFoot line.

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