Applied Energy Technologies (AET), a supplier of commercial and utility-scale racking systems, kicked off 2015 with more than 200 MW installed across the United States and South America, and a robust pipeline of projects under development. AET has also redesigned its website (www.aetenergy.com) and associated marketing collateral to promote its brand.
AET’s proven success as a leading mounting system provider invited further opportunity for growth in 2014. AET saw tremendous momentum with the Rayport-G ECO ground mount solution last year with it being selected by leading EPCs and developers as their preferred solution. The Rayport-G ECO was recently selected for a 23 MW solar system located in the Southwestern U.S.
Over the past year, AET also expanded its ECO line of products with the launch of its Rayport-B ECO roof ballast system and unveiled an industry-first inverter mounting kit (Rayport-I) with shade cover and disconnect mounting kit. AET also successfully expanded across the United States entering several new states and South America. Its ECO line of solar mounting solutions is quickly becoming the industry standard for EPCs and developers seeking top quality engineering, manufacturing, and installation services to ensure bankable solar projects. Like all of AET’s mounting solutions, the ECO line has undergone rigorous testing to meet safety and performance standards that AET customers have come to rely on.
Starting off 2015, AET has unveiled a new brand that builds on the equity of its strong reputation as a preferred supplier of the highest quality roof-top and utility-scale racking systems. AET’s new image reflects its highly cost-competitive package with the same high quality customers have come to respect.
“We are excited to be building off the momentum of a very successful year with many of the solar industry’s leading EPCs and developers selecting our ECO line of products, which has served as validation of our strategy to deliver quality racking solutions at a highly cost-competitive price point,” said Terry Seikel, Chairman of the Board, Applied Energy Technologies.