OnForce Solar Installs GameChange Racking on 2.5-MW Landfill Project

GameChange Racking today announced the Pour-in-Place Ballasted Ground System was utilized in the installation of a landfill solar system. OnForce Solar, a leading provider of solar energy systems, recently completed construction of the large-scale 2.364-MW solar array built on a decommissioned, capped landfill in West Nyack for the Town of Clarkstown. This solar installation is the first of its kind built on a landfill in the State of New York.

gamechangeCharles Feit, CEO at OnForce Solar, commented, “We selected GameChange’s Pour-in-Place™ Ballasted Ground System for its superior quality, value, and speed and ease of installation. It was a pleasure working with their team.”

Andrew Worden, CEO at GameChange Racking, said “Solar PV system installation on landfill and brownfield sites is a great way to leverage unusable land to harvest long term energy generation. There are over 100,000 brownfields and landfills in the USA and we expect to see this trend continue, especially in densely populated areas where land value is higher.”


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