ALBUQUERQUE, USA: On September 30, Unirac Inc., North America’s leading manufacturer of solar photovoltaic (PV) mounting solutions, celebrated its 10th anniversary.
This milestone represents a decade of providing industry-leading technology and a breadth of product solutions and services designed to meet the needs of residential, commercial and utility-scale solar installations.
Incorporated in 1999, Unirac ignited a racking revolution with the development of universal PV racking solutions unlike anything else available at the time. Ten years later, Unirac solutions have mounted enough megawatts to cover approximately 1,000 football fields, with over half of them installed over the past two years.
“Unirac has been true to the ‘Bright Thinking in Solar’ philosophy since fabricating its first PV racking system 10 years ago,” said Douglas May, Unirac CEO. “From a proud past to an even brighter future, we believe we will continue to grow at a solid rate as long as we continue to listen to our customers and provide the best solutions. We are excited about what our team and partners have accomplished over the past ten years and we look forward to an even better decade ahead.”
Unirac continues its evolution by developing innovating mounting solutions, improving manufacturing processes and offering an easy-to-do-business model of customer support and services.
The company continues to innovate with the introduction and adoption of new platforms such as CLICKSYS, a flush roof residential mounting system, and ISYS, the first modular ground mount system for large scale utility and commercial applications.
“Unirac has been able to create a wonderful success story in the PV mounting industry,” said Chris Phipps, Director of Marketing at DC Power Systems. “We congratulate Unirac on their outstanding achievement and know we can rely on great customer support for years to come.”
For the complete lineup of Unirac PV mounting solutions and services, visit the Unirac booth #1615 at Solar Power International, in Anaheim, CA, from October 27 to 29, 2009.