Erthos, a solar mounting company specializing in securing panels flat on the ground, has been contracted for 14 MW of PV projects and is in negotiations for an additional 107-MWDC project. Maryland-based community solar developer Chaberton Energy is one of five contractors working with Erthos.
“Erthos technology allows us to build projects in specific locations that present challenges in terms of land availability and visibility. We’re excited to collaborate with the Erthos team, and we look forward to the opportunity to deploy this technology at more locations,” said Stefano Ratti, CEO of Chaberton Energy.
Erthos and Chaberton Energy have executed two agreements for projects in the mid-Atlantic. Path Company has agreed to use Erthos’ Earth Mount Solar PV for a community college project in its home state of Mississippi.
“With Erthos, we are getting a solution adapted to our specific site and project, provided by some of the most experienced professionals in the business,” said Russ Phillips, co-founder of Path Company. “We know our project is in good hands.”
Projects under contract will bring the installed base of Earth Mount Solar PV to 17 MWdc.
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