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PWRstation collaborates with EPCs and in some cases with end users. 

If you have a small or large ground mount or flat roof project, please don’t hesitate to contact us for more informations.


PWRstation EXOrac can be installed in places where others fix traditional systems cannot, and feed electricity to any urban / community grid.


For example, there are numerous “empty lots” in commercial, industrial and rural zoning areas that often remain idle for years awaiting development. In such cases, ordinary fixed solar installations, with their 20-25 year returns cannot be economically justified. 


Whereas, PWRstation EXOrac, with its advantages of preassembly, activation-readiness and transportability is an ideal fit, as installation can be relocated from lot to lot, as often as required. 

Hereafter an example of ground installation realized in Switzerland.

Real time of deployment is 17 minutes


In developed urban and suburban markets, EXOrac serve as highly effective permanent or temporary flat roof systems with advantages that include simplified rapid activation with no scaffolding requirement.


  • “any time” rooftop access for low cost scheduled maintenance and repair

  • no disassembly/re-assembly costs when removing to replace old rooftops

  • transportability in case of a relocation

  • retractability in case of fire or severe weather.


With its transportability and ease of installation, the PWRstation responds well to energy needs in urban environments, especially for flat roof applications.

Today’s typical flat roof solar installation is slated to last between 20 and 25 years, while most flat roof manufacturing warrantees only guarantee a lifespan of 10 to 15 years.


Notwithstanding, flat roof tops often require access for basic maintenance.  The cost to install and potentially remove and reinstall a typical fixed flat roof solar system in order to replace a roof top is dissuasive to building owners, who often prefer to forego the benefits of solar.


Solar Power World / Re-roofing reality check: Questions solar contractors should ask.

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