New portrait configuration offers even lower fixed-tilt cost and greater flexibility for solar projects from 20kW to the largest utility-scale
SAN FRANCISCO, July 13, 2015 — In an expansion of the companys trusted fixed-tilt product line, SunLink Corporation today introduced the newest addition to its Large-Scale GMS family, Large-Scale GMS Portrait. The new product solves critical ground-mount project challenges like space restrictions, steep or uneven terrain, demanding lead times and module variations.
"We constantly push ourselves to drive total installed costs down while maintaining system quality, and we think a great deal about what support services we can offer to ensure a more successful project and better overall experience for our customers," said Kate Trono, VP of products for SunLink. "In the ground-mount arena, we are seeing demands for faster lead times and lower material costs paired with a desire for more turn-key services and less site preparation. Large-Scale GMS Portrait tics all of those boxes," Kate adds.
With an industry-leading 20 percent east-west terrain following capability, Large-Scale GMS Portrait can be installed on ungraded sites as well as those with constant slope or rolling terrain. It is also designed for incremental array sizing via smaller tables to streamline project design. Importantly, the new product is module independent to eliminate any delays formerly posed by changes in module choice.
In connection with Large-Scale GMS Portrait, SunLink offers both its highly regarded project management and engineering support as well as a full suite of geotechnical, post driving and mechanical installation options.
To learn more about SunLinks market-leading ground-mount solar solutions, visit: www.sunlink.com/groundmountsystems/.
Meet SunLink at Intersolar North America
Attendees of the Intersolar North America Conference in San Francisco can learn more about the innovations that help grow the commercial solar market at Kate Tronos speech, The "Perfect" Roofs are Gone: Racking Innovations that Make Solar Viable for a Larger Range of Rooftops. The presentation will be part of the Balance of Systems: The Heart of PV Power Plants session held Tuesday, July 14th at the InterContinental Hotel, Level 3, Grand Ballroom C. Those interested in arranging a meeting with SunLink at the show can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.