A look inside: Spice Solar system

By Kelly Pickerel A long-time Northern California solar installer, Barry Cinnamon was frustrated with residential installations. The rails were always cumbersome to him—loading them onto trucks, carrying them onto roofs, attaching panels to them. Back in 2002, he thought, “Wouldn’t it be nice if the module frames could be the rack itself?”
He patented the idea in 2004 and sold solar systems with integrated racking through Westinghouse Solar before getting out of the game in 2012. During this time, Zep Solar also designed an integrated racking system, and others in the industry started considering rail-less options.
“In 2012, I got back into doing residential installations

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