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KB Racking installed on Massachusetts’ largest solar rooftop system
AGT selects KB Racking as its racking supplier for flagship 1.3 MW project
Michael Kornahrens, President of AGT, comments on the procurement decision: “We have selected the AeroRack system for three simple reasons: it’s the lightest system on the market, the easiest to install, and has an impressive track record and reputation for quality and service. We are glad to announce to be the first to install the system in Massachusetts and that AGT is always on the forefront of solar technology”.
Peter Aulich, Executive VP at KB Racking, says that “AGT’s procurement process was thorough and diligent. I salute AGT for understanding the newest advances in racking technology and selecting the AeroRack for its largest project in Massachusetts to date.”
Since its introduction into the North American market in April 2011, KB Racking’s German-engineered design has taken the commercial rooftop racking market by storm, with projects in California, Canada, Colorado, New Jersey, and now Massachusetts.
The system is expected to be completed end of 2011 and will use KB Racking’s AeroRack 100: a lightweight ballast-free, non-penetrating flat roof mounting system for large photovoltaic arrays. The intuitive quick click system is designed to reduce installation costs through speed and ease of assembly. The result: AeroRack has been installed on over 31 Megawatts of rooftop installations worldwide.
About Advanced Green Technologies
AGT solves solar energy at all levels of the market through engineering, procurement and construction. AGT offers a complete spectrum of high quality solar solutions including utility scale, industrial, commercial and residential applications.
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KB Racking specializes in the development and manufacturing of best-in-class mounting systems for solar installations. We achieve this by combining the experience and design expertise of German engineers with the high quality manufacturing capabilities of Ontario and a global track record of 30+ MW.