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SunLink Powers Aethercomm Facility with 270kW Rooftop Solar Array

published: 2015-10-21 16:02

SunLink Corporation and EPC provider RA Power & Light together completed a commercial rooftop solar installation atop the Aethercomm facility in Carlsbad, California. The 270kW solar array utilizes SunLink’s Precision-Modular RMS ballasted mounting system so that the installation was successfully conducted weeks ahead of schedule.

SunLink combines its technical understandings to installations of solar PV projects, introducing cost-saving solutions that are easier for its customers and partners to construct commercial/industrial PV arrays. “Furthermore, our partners can have confidence the design and our products will stand the test of time and whatever Mother Nature decides to throw their way,” commented Michael Maulick, CEO of SunLink.

SunLink’s Precision-Modular RMS is an outcome of the company’s 10-year experience in commercial roof-mount projects. This solution’s building-block design maximizes layout flexibility and facilitates the often-necessary last-minute changes required once on the roof. For the Aethercomm site, the Precision-Modular RMS Class A Fire Rating, fully integrated wire management, seismic capacity and ability to endure sustained high winds facilitated rapid approval from City of Carlsbad Building & Safety and put the project on a fast track for completion.

“RA Power & Light excels in the commercial industrial solar market segment by investing in understanding client operations and business processes. We then work in partnership with them to consistently over-deliver, resulting in increased business efficiencies and predictable project outcomes,” said Michael Campbell, CEO of RA Power & Light. “With SunLink, we provide the best renewables industry solution for our customers, backed by partners we can count on to bring the best products and services to the equation.”

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