Innovating to meet investor needs

A seminal financing advances CleanCapital’s long-term goal of securitizing distributed renewable energy portfolios to attract institutional investors.

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Building momentum for clean energy investment

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.

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This Earth Day, it’s time to do battle for the planet

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 […]

How technology adds value for clean energy investors

Reposted from FinTek News, published 4/4/19. CleanCapital is sometimes described as a fintech company. While I’m not sure that label really suits us, it’s certainly true that my experience with fintech provided the ‘light bulb’ moment that led to founding CleanCapital. Today, technology underpins all that we do. Clean energy assets present enormous opportunity. Renewable […]

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BlackRock investment will fuel CleanCapital’s growth

Their investment fuels our corporate growth and gives us new capital capacity for solar and storage acquisitions.

Matt Eastwick

Why diversify? It reduces our risk

How a diversified approach to investing mitigates risk, particularly in light of the ballooning impact of PG&E’s bankruptcy.

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Four challenges that will shape electric utilities this decade

Electric utilities have long been considered a safe investment, but market forces, mounting expenses, and the explosive growth of distributed and renewable energy should give investors pause.

Melinda Baglio

Breakout year shows CleanCapital’s model is working

Earlier this week, we announced our first acquisition of 2019: two solar projects in Indiana and Ohio totalling 13.2MW.