Ron Corio, Founder & CEO
''It's thrilling to be at the forefront of a megatrend in energy, fueled by innovations in all segments of the solar industry as well as our relentless commitment to delivering the best value to customers.''
Ron Corio is the founder and CEO of Array Technologies, Inc., which he started in 1989. As CEO, Ron is central to product innovation and strategic company planning. After patenting the first solar tracking system in 1990, 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.
Thomas Conroy, President
''We're focusing on driving down generation costs as Array continues to provide the lowest LCOE and highest economic value tracker solutions in the world.''
Thomas Conroy is president of Array Technologies, Inc., and is responsible for optimizing the company’s business operations and managing global initiatives in new, rapidly growing solar markets. Before joining Array, Conroy consulted with solar and wind energy companies as president and CEO of Evolving Energy, LLC. Prior to that, Conroy was president and CEO of Wind Tower Systems, where he led commercialization activities for a new-technology utility-scale wind turbine tower product which was acquired by GE. Conroy holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology and an MBA from Columbia University.
Bob Bellemare, Chief Financial Officer
''After years in the industry, I’m thrilled to see solar finally becoming a real economic choice for utilities.''
Bob Bellemare is chief financial officer at Array Technologies, Inc., and is responsible for leading Array’s strategic financial operations and supporting initiatives to move the company into international markets. His recent experience includes consulting on acquisitions, engineering, business planning, and financing issues for leading utility companies as COO of Mykrobel LLC. Prior to that, Bob was CEO, CFO, COO and managing director at UtiliPoint International, Inc. He was also managing director of CSW Energy Services. Bob holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a professional engineer (PE), certified valuation analyst (CVA), and certified business appraiser (CBA), and has authored numerous articles published by industry press.
Denise Hugo, Director of Marketing
''It’s rewarding to market innovative and reliable technology, knowing that customers are receiving the highest value for their projects.''
Denise Hugo is director of marketing at Array Technologies, Inc., and leads the company’s market strategy development, planning, and implementation. Her business background is in the solar energy industry where she has served in various roles including as managing director, director of sales and marketing, and business development manager. Before she came to Array, Denise was the managing director at Energés Gestión Medioambiental SL, a solar EPC located in Spain. Denise has a bachelor’s degree in political science and international studies from Northwestern University and an executive MBA from the EOI Business School.
Michael Orshan, Director of Sales
''My objective is to increase awareness of solar tracking as we move Array’s products into more and more countries around the globe.''
Michael Orshan is director of sales at Array Technologies, Inc., where he is responsible for leading the Array sales team and strategy domestically while overseeing efforts to expand into fast-developing solar markets internationally. His extensive industry experience includes leading global sales for P4Q’s solar tracking controller and starting up that company’s US manufacturing facility. Previously, he developed the solar division for Cobham Ltd. As director of science and technology for the state of New Mexico, Michael led solar task forces and wrote some of the first renewable energy laws. He holds a BS in accounting and computer science from Ohio State University.
David Mead, Director of Operations
''We are increasing our geographic reach in terms of both suppliers and customers, but no matter where in the world we go, timely delivery of a quality product is always our top priority.''
David Mead is director of operations for Array Technologies, Inc., where he is responsible for overseeing operations including logistics, project management, supply chain, and service. Dave has years of experience in managing manufacturing operations. Prior to joining Array, he was the manufacturing manager for a high-tech prototype and production operation for GE Fanuc which he helped move from having no quality assurance certification to achieving AS9100. Before working for GE, he was general manager of an optical disk drive company and president of a contract manufacturer that specialized in electromechanical assemblies. Dave received his degree in business with a concentration in finance from Oregon State University.
John Williamson, Director of Engineering
''I enjoy the diversity and challenges in my work, and seeing designs progress from concept to production.''
John Williamson is the director of engineering for Array Technologies, Inc., where he manages a team of engineers of various disciplines as they optimize mechanical systems, components, and software for Array products. In his years at Array, he has been an integral part of the success and expansion of the company and its core product lines. John holds a MS and BS in mechanical engineering from the University of New Mexico.