SolarCity acquires Zep Solar, integrating balance of systems technology

This week, SolarCity announced that it acquired residential racking supplier Zep Solar for $158 million. In contrast to conventional racking, Zep's system works with compatible module frames to promote rigidity (see the February 28, 2013 LRSSJ), avoiding extra parallel rails and naturally groundi...

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