by Staff Writers
Atlanta GA (SPX) Jun 21, 2012
Renusol America has announced that its American-engineered and manufactured mounting system - the Renusol CS60 - has been installed at the Aquafil Headquarters in Cartersville as part of one of the state of Georgia's largest solar PV energy systems. The 400 kWh system will generate 525-thousand KWh of power annually.
The project includes 1,572 Renusol CS60 mounting units and 1,572 of Suniva's Optimus 250 W panels. Suniva is headquartered in Norcross, Georgia. Radiance Solar, a Georgia owned and operated solar contracting company, installed the system, which is interconnected to the Cartersville Electric System.
Aquafil, a chemical and textile firm and leader in carpet fiber technology, is known for producing fibers made from 100-percent recycled materials. The company takes its commitment to sustainability one step further with the installation of this solar system on top of its 234,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Cartersville.
The Renusol CS60 represents the latest in American technology and is the first-ever 'one unit per one PV panel' mounting system, which is changing how solar arrays are deployed on flat rooftops in America by eliminating the layout restrictions inherent to traditional, rigid aluminum racking rails. Manufactured in the Midwest, the Renusol CS60 offers several solutions developed specifically for the US solar market.
The Renusol CS60 innovation also incorporates the latest groundbreaking American-based wind tunnel study results showing how wind forces vary across a roof, making the flexible rooftop panel placement solution of the Renusol CS60 even more valuable.
"The Aquafil USA solar rooftop installation is emblematic of how the deployment of solar energy creating and keeping jobs right here in Georgia and across America, said Renusol America CEO Bart Leusink.
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