Array Technologies, a specialist in reliable solar tracking, and Shoals Technologies Group, a solar electrical balance of systems (BOS) provider, today announced plans to collaborate on structural and electrical Balance of System (BOS) solutions for utility-scale solar. This relationship will leverage the complementary nature of Array’s trackers and Shoals’ electrical BOS solutions. The integration of offerings will result in improved performance and stronger economics for project developers and asset owners, and higher efficiencies for engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) companies.
The future of the solar industry will be driven by innovation, optimization and efficiency. Array and Shoals will draw on each company’s expertise, developed through nearly 50 years of combined solar operations, to tailor integrated solutions that further the evolution of the solar power plant.
Both Array Technologies and Shoals will have a prominent presence at the upcoming Intersolar North America exhibition & conference in San Francisco. Array’s DuraTrack HZ v3 solar tracker, a 2017 Intersolar Award finalist, will be on display at both the Shoals (#L9007) and Array Technologies (#9811) exhibition booths. Array CFO Bob Bellemare will speak about the company's tracker technology at 3:20 p.m. on Tuesday, July 11 and Dr. Mark Preston, VP of Engineering for Array will take the stage at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday to represent Array as an Intersolar Award finalist.