S-5! showcasing solar module skirt for metal roof applications

Metal roofing solar attachment technology provider S-5! is presenting its new solar solution for metal roofs this week at Intersolar North America in Long Beach, Calif., such as the PVKONCEAL module skirt. Paired with the PVKIT solar solution, the module skirt conceals the lower edge of the solar PV array, protecting all mechanical and electrical components underneath, as well as creating an attractive, clean finished look.

PVKONCEAL also helps to minimize the intrusion of small animals, debris and unwanted objects under the solar array. S-5!’s team including Director of Solar Business, Mark Gies, will be on-hand to explain the features and benefits of this new offering.

Gies has 30 years of industry experience with a focus on solar ranging from product development, operations, installation, compliance, codes and standards to sales and business development. He is the vice-chair of the Solar Energy Industry Association’s (SEIA) Mounting System Manufacturers Committee, a member of the Structural Engineers Association of California’s (SEAOC) PV Committee, and a founding member of UL 2703’s Standard Technical Panel. Gies is a regular presenter for S-5!, including the company’s certified AIA and NABCEP webinar series and has presented at multiple solar events both individually and as a panel member.

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