Ignite Solar 1 MW Innovative Turnkey Solar Park

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Ignite Solar, developer of large scale solar photovoltaic projects and manufacturer of tracking systems, introduces a 1 MW turnkey solar park for distributed installations.

HOUSTON, PRNewswire [WorldofRenewables.com]

The innovative design is scalable from 1 to 30 MWs, and delivers a distributed solution at the cost advantage of a large utility project. The fully integrated 1 MW solution is able to greatly reduce the deployment cycle and cost of traditional solar.

The Ignite 1 MW turnkey design uses innovative large format 2.6m x 2.2m a-Si thin film 360-W modules. These modules deliver reliable and robust performance, capable of performing well under diffused and indirect sunlight, and in diverse climatic conditions.

The modular 1 MW design is available in a fixed configuration or with Ignite’s 1-axis tracking system. The customizable mounting solutions are also able to accommodate many soil conditions with driven pole, ground screw, concrete, and ballasted foundation options.

Peter Mathey, the CEO of Ignite Solar, stated, “The 1 MW design brings a level of customization, deployment speed, and cost competitiveness not previously available to distributed solar installations.”

Ignite Solar, LLC will be exhibiting at Intersolar North America 2010 in San Francisco‘s Moscone Center West Hall from July 13-15, booth number 7067.

About Ignite Solar, LLC

Ignite Solar, LLC based in Houston, Texas specializes in providing end-to-end turnkey solutions for commercial and utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) projects. Ignite Solar also manufactures tracking and fixed mounting systems for deployment in the United States. Ignite Solar has created one of the most value-added, environmentally friendly, and easiest to install PV solutions in the industry through commitment to customer focus and strategic partnerships.

For more information about Ignite Solar, please visit www.IgniteSolar.com

SOURCE Ignite Solar, LLC

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