GameChange Solar bags 100MW racking order for East Coast

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Tracker firm GameChange Solar has received an order for 100MW of its Max-Span post driven racking systems from an unnamed PV developer.

The project will be installed at a location on the east coast of the US starting at the end of 2016.

Derick Botha, vice president of business development at GameChange Solar, said: “The value pricing of our product helped to make this project feasible given tight economic requirements. The scale of manufacturing that GameChange possesses, as well as the ability of meeting the required delivery timelines for a quality product were also keys that allowed GameChange to win this significant order.”

GameChange Solar recently surpassed 1GW of sales with 1GW installations also expected by the end of this year.

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