SunLink VP Clara Nagy Debates Solar Mounting Cost Reduction Roadmap at GTM Solar Summit 2016

As part of the panel discussion, Nagy will outline the immediate and long-term strategies SunLink is pursuing to lower balance of systems costs and help its customer partners successfully navigate the evolving global solar market.

MILL VALLEY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SunLink Corporation's Vice President of Sales Clara Nagy will join other solar industry executives and thought leaders on The Roadmap to Low Cost Ground Mount Balance of Systems panel at today's Greentech Media's Solar Summit 2016 in Scottsdale, Ariz. As part of the panel discussion, Nagy will outline the immediate and long-term strategies SunLink is pursuing to lower balance of systems costs and help its customer partners successfully navigate the evolving global solar market.


"SunLink's evolution into a full-scope solar project solutions company that offers highly engineered mounting solutions together with expert installation and O&M services and an advanced software platform positively impacts both hard and soft project costs for our customers. Now, customers are able to procure a combination of the most advanced mounting solutions, trusted services and next-gen data monitoring and SCADA controls provided by our hybrid cloud and security platform in an integrated package from a single partner, which reduces both their capital and portfolio management costs," explains Nagy.

"I look forward to demonstrating how EnTech software platforms like VERTEX change solar project economics for the better," continued Nagy. "In addition, I'm eager to share how our industry leading R&D program is moving beyond the lab to collect real-time project performance data from the field using Internet of Things technology as a means to reduce material costs by enabling dynamic designs. Thanks to innovation inspired by EnTech convergence, the roadmap to lower costs has never been so interesting or exciting."

To see Clara Nagy at the Solar Summit, attend the balance of systems panel, The Roadmap to Low Cost Ground Mount Balance of Systems, today, May 11, at 3:00pm local time. For scheduling meetings at the conference and a demonstration of SunLink's new solar project intelligence platform VERTEX, contact sales@sunlink.com.

About Greentech Media Solar Summit

Now in its ninth year, Solar Summit is GTM's flagship annual solar conference that attracts leaders from across the solar value chain. Held in Arizona on May 11-12, the event runs for two full days of unrivaled networking opportunities and innovative, engaging panel sessions that will provide a unique mix of market intelligence and coordination among industry players. http://www.greentechmedia.com/events/live/solar-summit-2016

About SunLink

SunLink Corporation brings powerful solar energy solutions to market through innovative, highly engineered products, in-demand customer services and best-of-breed software that make solar PV electricity easier, safer, more reliable and less expensive to install. In addition to bringing to market well-designed products that are agile in their implementation, the company leverages unparalleled R&D, a legacy of more than a GW of successful projects, state-of-the-art engineering and creative problem solving to develop optimized, full-scope product+service+software solutions for roof and ground-mount solar projects of every size and complexity. It is this unique combination of trusted insights, products, services and EnTech convergence that helps solar developers and installers overcome obstacles and furthers the industry's shared mission of advancing universal solar power adoption. For more information, visit www.sunlink.com or follow twitter.com/sunlink.

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