SANTA MONICA, CA. –PV Guru, a full-service solar and electric company, recently installed a 120-kilowatt photovoltaic system for Gallop Corporation in Carson, CA. This photovoltaic system will offset approximately 95% of Gallop Corporation’s current energy usage. The 60,000 sq. ft. distribution center features poly crystalline photovoltaic technology mounted on the most advanced racking system on the market, Aerocompact®.
“With over nine years of experience in designing and installing photovoltaic systems, we’ve had hundreds of ideas on what the ‘perfect’ racking system would entail,” said Nirbhao Khalsa, PV Guru’s CEO and Co-Founder.
With Aerocompact, SST created the installer’s dream racking system. Not only is it seamless and fast to install, but it’s the most cost-effective, least invasive system on the market.
Created by SST Solar USA, Aerocompact is an aerodynamic self-ballasted racking system designed for mounting framed modules on flat roofs. With an optimal assembly time of five minutes per kWp, Aerocompact features one mounting bracket and comes fully pre-assembled. The system is wind tunnel tested to speeds of 150 MPH and ETL certified to UL 2703 standards.
“SST and PV Guru have built a very strong working relationship, starting with this project in Carson and continuing throughout Southern California,” said Leo Frei, SST Solar’s Director of Sales & Marketing. “We are excited to add to their renewable energy portfolio and do our part in creating clean energy for California.”
PV Guru has over a decade of experience in solar design, installation, electrical design and contracting. With projects ranging from large commercial, residential to EV charging stations and construction lighting, PV Guru provides a simple, low-cost alternative for all aspects of solar living.
“Aerocompact complements PV Guru’s mission to bring our clients the most innovative, cost-effective technology available on the market,” said Michael Lackna, PV Guru’s President and Co-Founder. “We are thrilled to be implementing this technology across Southern California.”