Sun Bear, the Ground Mount Solar Solution of Panel Claw


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Today’s post is an interview with Colleen Ayres, Marketing Director of Panel Claw, introducing its latest solar racking and mounting project, the Sun Bear,

Sun Bear System Components (Image Credit: Panel Claw)

at PV America East 2013 in Philadelphia, PA.  Sun Bear design is the latest of Panel Claw’s series of Bear family designs (after Polar Bear, Grizzly Bear, Panda Bear, etc.). Sun Bear ‘s design approach to large-scale solar ground-mount applications will reduce project risk and decrease total project life cycle costs. Its design is suitable for any terrain, foundation, and environment. Its distinct truss design structure enables Sun Bear to give the array more support using less material. Its four-component design includes a pre-assembled frame and in-field adjustability, for an unmatched combination of simplicity and flexibility. For a look of this unique design of solar ground-mount and interview, below:

Some of its desirable features are listed below (provided by Panel Claw):

1. Just four major components and zero loose fasteners to reduce construction risk
2. Integrated turnbuckles to safely perform in-fiedl adjustments
3. Telescoping Sun Bear Frame maximizes shipping capacity
4. Engineered using exact constraint design, eliminating bending forces
5. Interchangeable foundations reduce project risk by eliminating racking changes due to varying site conditions

Amazing! It can be installed in just 20 minutes!
Any question you may have regarding Sun Bear or Panel Claw, please direct it toward

Panel Claw is now accepting orders of Sun Bear on projects and expects to begin shipping in April, 2013. This very intuitive design will further Panel Claw’s mission to accelerate adoption of PV worldwide with its simplified construction, with pre-assembled components, and zero loose fasteners.

~have a bright and sunny day~
Gathered, interviewed, and posted by sunisthefuture-Susan Sun Nunamaker
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