Solar FlexRack, a division of Northern States Metals and a specialist in photovoltaic mounting solutions, announced today the installation of the first solar power generation system that uses its new FlexRack Series B3P-X racking system. The B3P-X racking system, together with Solar FlexRack’s inventive Cast in Place (CIP) ballasted system, provides a solution for challenging terrain. The project, located in Dighton, Massachusetts (US) has been completed by Turning Mill Energy. The 650kw DC system uses the newly designed FlexRack Series B Cast in Place ballasted system. The company reports that its unique design easily adapts to uneven terrain allowing for a simple and efficient installation process that requires no added material to secure the form. Economically shipped as a two-piece, pre-assembled form, the system can be operational in less than three minutes with two people. The Series B-CIP streamlines installation by decreasing labor time and reduces expensive shipping costs resulting in a superior solution for a more advantageous price. The Turning Mill Energy project is comprised of 120 FlexRack Series B3P-X portrait racks. The energy generated from this solar project will benefit the town of Mendon, Massachusetts. The FlexRack Series B-CIP is Solar FlexRack’s newest ground-mount system for installing ballasted PV solar on landfills, brownfields, and water-saturated terrain where little or no soil penetration is allowed. The simple design characteristics, the ability to level posts after forms are set, the customizable block sizing, the roll-formed light weight forms, and the limited components needed for installation, make Series B-CIP the most user-friendly, innovative system available.