Your solar PV system must be mounted somewhere for it to properly face the sun and so that it can last you several decades. Whether it’s on the roof, on canopies, or on the ground, we offer various options for mounting your system best suitable for your facility and needs.
Ballasted roof mounts require none to minimal penetration to your roof. This mounting type mostly relies on weight to hold the system in place. This type of system is ideal for flat roofs. The mechanical structure of roof mounts has greatly improved over the years with features such as wire management, tool-free assembly, and better resilience against extreme weather conditions.
Traditional ground mounts use metal frames driven into the ground to hold the photovoltaic modules at the specified angle.
Solar canopies, also known as solar carports, are elevated structures that hold solar modules while providing shade underneath. Canopies are typically installed in parking lots or other paved areas. This option is ideal when there is limited space for your solar array.
Pole mounted systems support multiple modules on a single pole at a higher height than the traditional ground mounts.