Solar Cube Mounting Systems is offering a new line-up of what it claims are cost effective and reliable mounting systems for ground, roof and carport PV projects.
Its systems feature durable designs engineered for large production capacity, for utility and commercial scale installations worldwide, already in use at commercial projects in the UK, according to the company.
The new line of ground, roof and carport mounting systems are focused on better deployment and adoption of photovoltaics as a clean energy source, improving outcomes and the overall economics of renewable energy production in PV projects.
Solar Cube's mounting systems are produced by West Midlands-based Hadley Group, Europe's largest privately-owned cold rolled steel manufacturer.
“PV mounting system producers rarely make this kind of commiment by working in synergy with established steel manufacturers as a production partner, and we are fortunate that the Hadley Group sees PV Mounting Systems as a natural extension of their business and a valid investment in clean energy,” said Panos Bitarchas, CEO, Solar Cube Mounting Systems.
“Solar Developers want to protect themselves from costly expenses, and solar equipment distributors are looking for new profit opportunities in this very competitive and cost-sensitive business. Solar Cube's mounting systems meet both these needs,” added Bitarchas.
Solar Cube's systems combine Hadley's deep expertise in steel manufacturing and advanced logistic ecosystem with its own specialised experience in photovoltaic mounting systems, empowering solar professionals and organisations with the intelligence and capabilities to respond to the rapidly evolving solar market landscape by offering large manufacturing capacity, reliable solutions and undisputed know-how.
The new line of Solar Cube's mounting systems is also backed by an industry leading structural performance warranty of 20 years.
Solar Cube's full line of innovative PV mounting solutions, including in-stock products, will be on display at Solar Energy UK, booth H42 from 14-16 October at the NEC in Birmingham, UK.