A final 2019 acquisition solidifies CleanCapital’s position as a C&I solar market leader and showcases the advantages we reap from purpose-built technology.
The Solar Investment Tax Credit is due to expire in a few weeks unless Congress intervenes.
PG&E’s recent California blackout may speed the transition to distributed generation including solar plus storage.
Our first annual CleanCapital Changemakers report showcases our growth and capacity for new acquisitions in advance of SPI 2019.
In this week’s “Commodity-In-Chief” on “Bloomberg Commodities Edge”, Alix Steel talks with Thomas Byrne, co-founder and CEO of CleanCapital. The New York-based company owns and operates 180 megawatts of renewables and manages $465 million worth in assets. It aims to buy as much as $1 billion of additional assets by the end of next year, said Byrne.
A seminal financing advances CleanCapital’s long-term goal of securitizing distributed renewable energy portfolios to attract institutional investors.
A 75 megawatt acquisition along with a landmark financing solidify CleanCapital’s position as one of the leading owner-operators of C&I solar in the U.S. and a pioneer in clean energy finance.
Since the first Earth Day nearly 50 years ago, this day has served as a celebration of the environment and a reminder of our shared responsibility to protect it. Working in sustainability and clean energy for the past decade, I’ve seen how awareness of our collective environmental impact has dramatically grown. Action, however, has been […]