Applied Energy Technologies (AET), a supplier of commercial and utility-scale racking systems, was selected by Microgrid Energy to provide its Rayport- B Roof Mounting Solution for a 128 kW solar system at the Robert A. Young Federal Building in St. Louis, Missouri. The project, installed by Microgrid, is comprised of 416 solar modules to bring power to the businesses housed within the building.
“Microgrid Energy has a strong history of bringing solar energy to the St. Louis community,” said Aaron Faust, VP of Business Development at AET. “We are proud to be a preferred partner of Microgrid and constantly strive to deliver the highest quality product as they have come to expect from us.”
“Rack performance and installation time are important factors to consider when selecting a solar mounting provider. AET’s commitment to its customers is evident in its efficient product design, on-time delivery and install coordination. AET’s team provided exceptional support throughout the project and we look forward to working with them in the future,” said Todd Velnosky, Chief Operating Officer of Microgrid Energy, LLC.
The Rayport-B stainless steel roof ballast system fits all major solar modules available on the market today and is available in a variety of configurations. It is ETL listed to UL 2703, wind tunnel tested to 120 mph. The Rayport-B is quick and easy to install, and is available for immediate shipment.
AET’s engineers are constantly delivering innovative, high quality solutions to meet the needs of solar racking customers. AET’s solar racking products are designed to save valuable installation time, help minimize installation-related maintenance issues and work within developer and EPC budgets.