GameChange Pour-in-Place system used in 2.5 MW Mass. landfill install
Citizens Energy Chairman Joseph P. Kennedy II, a former Member of Congress, joined with Westfield, Mass., Mayor Daniel Knapik in the ceremonial flipping of a switch in western MA featured in WWLP 22 NEWS.
The 2.5 MW Solar Landfill Installation utilized the GameChange Racking Pour-in-Place Ballasted Ground System, and is part of the 6.5 MW group of three landfill projects recently installed using GameChange Racking in the Westfield/Chicopee MA area.
The GameChange Racking patent-pending protected Pour-in-Place Ballasted Ground System is one of the latest innovations in the solar industry for landfills and brownfields. Some features include:
• Non-penetrating ballasted system ideal for landfill, brownfield and rocky sites.
• Pour-in-Place technology allows for self-leveling technology: 68% faster install than precast.
• Large ballast footprint reduces landfill cap loading.
• Rated for windspeeds up to 120 mph and snow loads up to 90 psf.
• Passed rigorous electrical and mechanical testing by ETL to UL 2703.
• Bankability technical due diligence assessment by industry leader Black & Veatch.
• Wind tunnel tested by industry leader CPP.
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