Ron Corio started Array Technologies in 1989. As CEO, Ron is central to product innovation and strategic company planning. After patenting the first solar tracking system in 1993, his groundbreaking inventions have helped pioneer the development of large-scale solar power plants. An entrepreneur with a wealth of experience, Ron works closely with Array’s team of engineers from conception to implementation, designing trackers that keep the company at the forefront of technological innovation. Through his efforts, Array has evolved from a small startup to the leading manufacturer of solar tracking systems globally.
Brad Forth oversees Array’s aggressive growth and establishes policies that promote the company’s culture and vision. Concurrently, he is a senior advisor to Oaktree’s GFI Energy Group where he helps the team anticipate growth opportunities in the power, utility and energy sectors. Brad began his career as a design engineer at Power Measurement, Inc. and remained there in various capacities for 18 years, the last nine as CEO. In 2006, he joined GFI Energy Group as a partner. Brad has served as a board member or chair of a number of energy companies and is currently a board member of Kirlin, one of the nation’s leading privately held mechanical construction companies, and board chair of TenK Solar, a supplier of innovative photovoltaic products for commercial applications. Brad received a BEng degree from the University of Victoria (Canada).
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