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Coarsegold, Calif.-based Earth Wind & Solar Inc., a solar system provider, has introduced the G-Mount line of PV products.

The product line is designed to provide alternatives to traditional roof-mounted systems. By giving homeowners three different sizes to choose from, along with advertised prices, the G-Mount line represents a shift in how solar systems are sold to the public, according to the company. Homeowners choose the size of their system based on the amount of their monthly electric bill.

"We've taken the mystery out of buying a solar system," says James Dominguez, marketing director of Earth Wind & Solar. "Now it's as easy as going to our website, finding a product that pleases your eye, seeing the attached price and giving us a call."

The G-Mount product line is also designed to offer practical secondary benefits, such as charging electric vehicles, acting as canopies to provide shade, or staying low to the ground to keep out of a neighbor's sight, if needed, Earth Wind & Solar adds.



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