Today Sunlink Corporation announced that it has expanded its installation business in the Northeastern United States, with one PV project completed, another under construction and 10 more in Massachusetts and Vermont scheduled for completion by the end of the year, totaling over 20 MW.
Sunlink offers engineering, installation and operations and maintenance (O&M) services to engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractors for both fixed-tilt and tracker solar projects through its PowerCare offering. The PowerCare team is also providing services to PV projects in North Carolina, Nevada and California.
The company’s first New England project in Sheffield Massachusetts utilized Sunlink’s GeoPro fixed-tilt racking solution, as does its second project in Plymouth.
Sunlink says that its focus on smaller utility-scale projects in the 1-10 MW range fills a under-served part of the construction market. “The mid-range tracker and fixed tilt ground-mount market is frequently neglected as mid-range projects tend to be beyond the capabilities of small or residential installers yet not large enough to attract the interest of most large EPCs,” explains Keith Beisner, head of SunLink’s PowerCare program.
In additional to supply of trackers and fixed-tilt mounting systems, PowerCare also provides data-driven operations and maintenance (O&M) services through its VERTEX Project Intelligence Platform.