Ground positions for solar cells
A ground stand is a very flexible, fast and economical way to mount solar panels when you don't have space or an optimal roof angle.
There are a number of different solutions for setting up a ground stand, screwing down poles, casting plinths and knocking poles into the ground at different angles. There are also solutions where you can build your own stand from pressure-treated wood and mount the rails on this to secure the panels.
What suits you and your conditions mainly depends on what the ground is like. If you have a muddy ground without a lot of stone, the absolute easiest solution is to use Treesystem. By hammering down metal rods at different angles to create a "root system" for the scaffolding. Below is a montage film showing how this can be done and a bit more detailed information.