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PRESS RELEASE - SolarDock announces more than 1.2 MW of orders in Maryland

September 12, 2013 - SolarDock has been contracted to provide more than 1.2 Megawatts of 25-degree tilt systems to two different projects in the “Old Line State “of Maryland. Both projects are expected to be completed this fall. It is SolarDock’s proven track record of providing safe and reliable flat-roof and ground mounted racking systems that was the deciding factor in securing both projects
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - PRESS RELEASE - SolarDock announces more than 1.2 MW of orders in Maryland

  • 1.         PRESS  RELEASE   SOLARDOCK  ANNOUNCES  CONTRACTS  FOR  MORE  THAN     1.2  MEGAWATTS  OF  FLAT-­ROOF  SOLAR  SYSTEMS  IN  MARYLAND     September  12,  2013,  Wilmington,  Delaware  -­‐  SolarDock  has  been  contracted  to  provide  more  than   1.2  Megawatts  of  25-­‐degree  tilt  systems  to  two  different  projects  in  the  “Old  Line  State  “of  Maryland.   Both  projects  are  expected  to  be  completed  this  fall.   It  is  SolarDock’s  proven  track  record  of  providing  safe  and  reliable  flat-­‐roof  and  ground  mounted   racking  systems  that  was  the  deciding  factor  in  securing  both  projects.  Some  of  SolarDock’s  key   features  that  were  important  to  both  customers  are:   • High  Tilt  Angles  -­‐  The  projects  will  maximize  the  system’s  energy  production  and  financial   efficiency  by  utilizing  a  25-­‐degree  tilt  angle.  Higher  tilt  angles  help  the  solar  panels  capture   more  of  the  sun’s  rays  throughout  the  day,  resulting  in  more  energy  generated  for  the  end   user.   • Low  System  Weight  -­‐  Despite  the  higher  tilt  angle,  the  systems  are  still  only  averaging   between  2.5  and  6  pounds  per  square  foot.  In  fact,  the  interior  of  the  system  requires  no   additional  ballast,  further  reducing  the  point  loads  across  the  roof.     • Commitment  to  Electrical  and  Fire  Safety  –  SolarDock’s  TUV  certified  integrated   grounding  and  bonding  solution  provides  multiple  continuous  ground  paths,  increasing  the   safety  of  the  system.  In  addition,  every  SolarDock  system  has  clear  paths  between  all  rows,   allowing  for  un-­‐obstructed  movement  for  Fire  Personnel.   • Minimal  Operations  and  Maintenance  Costs  -­‐  With  the  SolarDock’s  ventilated  back,   neither  system’s  owners  will  have  to  worry  about  system  or  rooftop  damage  caused  by   animals,  wind  bursts,  or  spalling  concrete  block.  The  higher  tilt  increases  the  amount  that   rain  helps  keep  the  panels  clean,  and  also  allows  the  system  to  shed  snow  during  the  winter.   Learn  more  about  SolarDock’s  commitment  to  safety  and  durability  at:   http://solardock.tumblr.com/safety.     About  SolarDock:   With  more  than  400  projects  and  40  MW  of  projects  installed  in  the  United  States  and  Canada,   SolarDock  is  recognized  among  leading  integrators,  distributors  and  site  owners  as  the  premier   choice  in  custom  tilt  solar  mounting  system.  SolarDock’s  commitment  to  safety  and  durability  is   demonstrated  by  its  TUV  Certification,  25  year  warranty,  and  extensive  wind  testing  and  analysis.     SolarDock  can  be  found  online  at  solardock.com,  solardock.tumblr.com,  and  major  social  media   sites  under  the  name  SolarDock.   Address  all  inquiries  to  Kate  Bayard,  Director  of  Marketing,  at  kbayard@solardock.com.

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