Crap, lol, you are correct!I believe he's asking about mounting traditional solar panels on top of this roof.
Metal roofs with standing seams are great...but I don't think the seams shown in the OP's pictures are flat enough to use the usual brackets on.It sounded like metal roofs would be ideal for solar panels because of galleries like this:
Central Valley Solar Company
SnapNrack Standing Seam System - Solar Panel Metal Roof Mount
In normal installations panels are usually installed on rails, lifting them up from the roof. A little air space under the panels helps somewhat in cooling the panels (and increasing the output). In addition, if microinverters are used there needs to be room for them under the panels. So... there would be plenty of room to clear the metal ridges on the roof.