Slice back-hand not working anymore?

Kick serve not what it used to be?

What would you do with an old tennis court in Sidney, Ohio?

Well, OGW Energy Resources has the answer…

We are installing a one-of-a-kind residential solar array utilizing 84 LG NeON R 370’s, complete with 84 Enphase IQ7+ microinverters, which will produce over 44,000 kwh annually. Yeah, it’s one-of-a-kind. I know what you are thinking: well, one-of-a-kind is normal business for OGW Energy Resources. Generally, we insert the rack support to concrete, which are anchored deep in the ground……see our ground mount solar array installed at Ohio Caverns.

Obviously, when you are repurposing a tennis court for solar, things are going to be a bit different. How? We are using (11) 6400 lb. ballast blocks as anchor points for the array. Our team did the heavy lifting getting these ballasts into position.

The ballasts are an important part of the entire system’s ability to resist strong winds. The whole ballast solar array is designed to withstand wind gusts up to 105 miles per hour…..she ain’t going anywhere!

Coming Next – attaching the racks to the ballast solar array.

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