Ecolibrium Solar is committed to revolutionizing the solar power market. We design simple, cost effective and ecologically sound products that maximize efficiency and minimize costs – making it easier to implement clean energy technology. After more than year of extensive research and development, what began with a clean sheet of paper evolved into a reinvention of the mounting system. Our research team combines the expertise from the automotive, polymer, construction, and solar industries to create a next-generation family of products that are making solar energy more user-friendly and accessible. Reducing the duration and complexity of solar projects in turn promotes economic advantages and ROI. The skillful design of our products is a progressive step towards reaching our overall goal of grid parity.
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Unirac acquires mounting competitor Ecolibrium Solar
Solar mounting systems provider Unirac has successfully completed the acquisition of Ecolibrium Solar, a solar racking manufacturer headquartered in Athens, Ohio. The acquisition expands Unirac’s product portfolio, adding Ecolibrium’s commercial flat roof, residential rail-less and metal roof products to its product line. Ecolibrium’s suite of products includes Ecofoot, a polymer-based solution for flat roofs that… [Read More]
Ecolibrium Solar releases rail-less mounting that adapts to any metal rooftop
Ecolibrium Solar, a provider of fast and simple solar mounting solutions for pitched and low-slope rooftops, announced its new MetalX Simplified Racking System for metal roofs. Designed to eliminate the costs and shortcomings of installing solar on metal roofs, MetalX is manufactured with 73% less aluminum, no long rails, fewer attachments and small components to… [Read More]
Rafter or decking: Where should you mount a solar array?
The design of a solar array on a shingled or tiled pitched roof is influenced by whether the system will be attached to the roof’s rafters or decking, and there isn’t exactly a straight answer on which is best. It really depends on the entire building’s structural support and the mounting system. The go-to option,… [Read More]