SolarBOS to Exhibit at SEPA’s 2015 Utility Solar Conference in San Diego, CA.

2015 Utility Solar Conference, being held on April 28th and 29th in San Diego, CA.

LIVERMORE, CA (April 22, 2015) - SolarBOS, a leading developer and manufacturer of Balance of System products for the solar energy industry, is proud to be chosen as one of only 12 exhibitors at the 2015 Utility Solar Conference, being held on April 28th and 29th in San Diego, CA.


Utility Solar Conference provides an exclusive forum for utilities to share their experiences, exchange ideas, and talk through various strategies and business models in an intimate environment. In addition to utility companies, a select few Solution Providers are invited every year to present their products and services to conference attendees.

"We are thrilled to be recognized for our contribution to utility-scale solar projects," said Jason Schripsema, CEO of SolarBOS. "SolarBOS offers a whole range of products designed specifically for 1000 and 1500 Volt DC solar projects and our team is looking forward to talking with utility executives about ways to make their projects more efficient and cost-effective."

To learn more about SolarBOS or submit a request for quote, please visit www.solarbos.com or contact us at 925.456.7744 or sales@solarbos.com.

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