3.7-MW Ground-Mount Project in Massachusetts Uses GameChange Racking

GameChange Racking today announced it shipped a 3.7-MW MaxScale post driven system to Massachusetts. The business was won due to the fast delivery offered by GameChange and the rapid installation time of the MaxScale system.

gamechangeGameChange is the fastest growing post driven racking company in the United States due to the rugged construction and quality of the GameChange racking systems and the best delivery times in the industry. The MaxScale is a post driven system that is adaptable to all foundations allowing for a simple and rapid installation. Customers looking for great customer service, quality racking systems and most crucially ways to minimize total racking system cost are turning to GameChange for a variety of racking solutions.

Features of the GC MaxScale Post Driven System:

Integrated tray for easy wire management
Up to 3 ft. ground clearance eliminates snow and vegetation shading issues
Posts: ​G235 ​galvanized steel, HDG Beams and Braces: G90 galvanized steel
Available with driven piers, helical piles and earth screws: all provided by GameChange
Fast installation with minimum components count and simple design
Five men install 180 panels and racks per day: 900 per week
Industry’s best pricing starting at $.149/watt

Teresa Zhao, Director of Sales at GameChange Racking, was quoted, “The MaxScale post driven system is proving to be very popular with customers all across the country. At GameChange we are constantly innovating to drive down total racking system cost and reduce install time.”

“In addition to groundbreaking system innovation we also pride ourselves on our stellar delivery standards. For this MaxScale system order the first parts arrived on site in Massachusetts less than three weeks after the order was placed by the customer. It is this dedication to excellent customer service that is setting GameChange apart from its competitors.”

— Solar Builder magazine

[source: http://solarbuildermag.com/news/3-7-mw-ground-mount-project-massachusetts-uses-gamechange-racking/]

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