SunLink acquires Blue Oak PV Products

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SunLink will now provide combiner boxes, as well as roof and ground mount systems, through its acquisition of Blue Oak PV Products. “SunLink now offers the HomeRun combiner box family so commercial solar integrators can count on one trusted source for mounting solutions and combiner boxes that lower total installed costs and improve system design flexibility,” said Christopher Tilley, CEO of SunLink.

“With the sale of our product company to SunLink, Blue Oak Energy can now focus our engineering talents on assisting our customers in deploying more PV systems in the next 24 months than the US has installed in the last decade,” said Tobin Booth, CEO of Blue Oak Energy and former CEO of Blue Oak PV Products. “We believe the HomeRun combiner box line is the best available in the market for its technical characteristics, quality and value. We are confident SunLink will take this product line to the next level because they share our commitment in delivering high quality products and services to the PV industry.”

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