I'm working on designing a small (~1.5kW) solar system that will help "turn back the clock" on my meter.
I have a garage wall (no windows, 20'x8') pointing in a perfect direction of the sun with no obstructions.
Tricky part is panels mounting - 6 must "stand" on top row, and 4 must be "laying on the side" on the bottom to fit the availabe space.
Any recommendations on how to mount them? Most mounting systems so far are designed for roofs, or single panel ground based. Here I need some kind of system that can be hooked to the wall. The bottom can be on the ground, if necessary.
Also, how affected will be output (%) if the system is not angled toward the sky, but vertical?
Thanks for any info you can provide.