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CleanCapital Announces Second Acquisition in One Month, Adding 10.2 MW of Operating Solar

 The portfolio of two operating solar projects in Massachusetts leverages the $250 million equity partnership with CarVal Investors

New York, NY [May 31, 2018] CleanCapital announced a second solar acquisition from G&S Solar, a New York-based developer that builds, develops and operates solar systems in multiple states in the Northeast. The 10.2 MW portfolio comes less than a month after the acquisition of a 14.3 MW portfolio from X-Elio. This new portfolio is comprised of two solar projects located in Massachusetts and consists of high-quality customers including a corporate entity and municipality as the offtakers. CleanCapital’s proprietary platform enabled their ability to execute on these two complex transactions in a short timeframe. The technology, coupled with access to dedicated capital, streamlines and expedites due diligence and analysis, allowing complex deals like these to close efficiently.

Today’s announcement brings CleanCapital’s total to nearly $150m of acquired operating solar assets. It’s an exciting year for the team as they change the paradigm for clean energy finance. Despite the historic growth across the industry, the flow of capital within the space remains largely stagnant. Leveraging their proprietary platform and capital partnerships, CleanCapital is bringing liquidity to a historically capital inefficient clean energy marketplace.

“This is only the beginning. Closing two complex deals on such a short timeline is an exciting next step for us and the clean energy marketplace. We were founded on the principle that we can streamline the complexities of clean energy transactions by leveraging technology, allowing for more capital to enter the sector and accelerating clean energy deployment,” said Marc Garrett, CTO, CleanCapital.

“G&S Solar was pleased to sell a portion of its solar assets in Massachusetts to CleanCapital,” said John Faltings, President of G&S Solar. “Transactions such as this can get bogged down by the complex diligence process but the CleanCapital team was efficient and very professional at managing the acquisition of these operating solar assets. We look forward to working closely with them in the near future.” This deal was brokered on behalf of G&S Solar by Chris Hopgood of Ignite Renewable Capital, LLC.

CleanCapital is a financial technology company that makes it easy to invest in clean energy. They deliver technology solutions to all aspects of the transaction process—from lending to capital raising, origination to diligence. The proprietary technology platform identifies, screens, and manages clean energy projects enabling project owners an opportunity to exit their portfolios while providing accredited investors, including institutional investors, family offices, and investment funds, unique access to the clean energy investment market.

About CleanCapital:

Founded in 2015, CleanCapital is a financial technology company that makes it easy to invest in clean energy. CleanCapital has built a proprietary technology platform that identifies, screens, and manages clean energy projects enabling project owners an opportunity to exit their portfolios while providing accredited investors, including institutional investors, family offices, and investment funds, unique access to the clean energy investment market. Stay up to date on the evolving market of clean energy finance by following the company on Twitter or Facebook or connecting via LinkedIn. Learn more at http://www.cleancapital.com.

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CleanCapital Announces Acquisition of over 14.23 MW of Operating Solar Assets from X-Elio

The portfolio of eight operating solar projects in two states leverages new $250 million equity partnership with CarVal Investors

New York, NY [May 3, 2018] CleanCapital announced its largest solar acquisition to date from X-Elio, a Spanish developer with U.S. operations based out of Reno, Nevada. The 14.23 MW portfolio leverages capital from CleanCapital’s new partnership with CarVal Investors. These solar projects are located in California and Vermont and consist of high-quality customers including schools, a vineyard and two utilities. CleanCapital’s proprietary platform streamlines and expedites due diligence and analysis, allowing complex deals like this one to close in less than 60 days.

CleanCapital and CarVal Investors, a leading global alternative investment fund manager, announced a new $250 million equity partnership last month that, including debt financing, enables the acquisition of up to $1 billion of clean energy assets. This was the partnership’s first acquisition.

“CleanCapital remains committed to unlocking the billions of dollars of untapped capital sources that have been absent from this sector. We continue to look for partnerships with developers like X-Elio to provide liquidity and capital to small-scale, distributed energy markets,” said Jon Powers, President, CleanCapital.

“The CleanCapital team knows how to professionally manage the acquisition of operating solar assets. These deals can have a complex diligence process, but their team executed efficiently and seamlessly making our job as the seller much easier. I am looking forward to working closely with them in the future,” said Steve Sceery, Head of Corporate M&A, X-Elio.

CleanCapital is a financial technology company that makes it easy to invest in clean energy. They deliver technology solutions to all aspects of the transaction process—from lending to capital raising, origination to diligence. The proprietary technology platform identifies, screens, and manages clean energy projects enabling project owners an opportunity to exit their portfolios while providing accredited investors, including institutional investors, family offices, and investment funds, unique access to the clean energy investment market.

About CleanCapital:

Founded in 2015, CleanCapital is a financial technology company that makes it easy to invest in clean energy. CleanCapital has built a proprietary technology platform that identifies, screens, and manages clean energy projects enabling project owners an opportunity to exit their portfolios while providing accredited investors, including institutional investors, family offices, and investment funds, unique access to the clean energy investment market. Stay up to date on the evolving market of clean energy finance by following the company on Twitter or Facebook or connecting via LinkedIn. Learn more at http://www.cleancapital.com.

 

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CleanCapital announces $250 million equity partnership with CarVal Investors

New partnership, supports growing clean energy marketplace with up to $1 billion available to acquire and invest in solar projects

NEW YORK, NY- [April 9, 2018] CleanCapital, a fintech company that makes it easy to invest in clean energy, and CarVal Investors, a leading global alternative investment fund manager, today announced a new $250 million equity partnership that, including debt financing, enables the acquisition of up to $1 billion of clean energy assets. This partnership harnesses CarVal’s expertise across different asset classes and creates an opportunity to define clean energy as an investment-ready opportunity. To date, the CleanCapital team, founded by Jon Powers, Thomas Byrne, and Marc Garrett, has acquired nearly $100 million of operating solar projects. Their proprietary platform streamlines and expedites due diligence and analysis, allowing complex deals to close in less than 60 days.

The solar industry is on track to reach over 100GW of capacity by 2023; however, the flow of capital within the space remains largely stagnant. CarVal has a successful track record of leveraging the securitization market to enhance returns and tapping capital markets to broaden investable opportunities. This expertise will allow CleanCapital to bring much-needed liquidity to the historically capital-inefficient clean energy marketplace.

“CleanCapital’s approach is game-changing for accelerating investments in a sustainable energy future for America,” said Jerry Keefe, principal at CarVal Investors. “Their proprietary methodology to acquire solar assets takes what was once a complex and cumbersome process and makes it simple and secure for developers. We believe these assets have the potential to be solid, high-performing investments with predictable cash flows for investors. We’re excited to partner with CleanCapital as they continue to grow the clean energy economy and bring much-needed capital to the sector.”

“As the investment needs in renewables grow, broader participation from institutional investors is critical to transition from fossil fuels to a clean energy economy. This substantial capital commitment multiplies our ability to provide project owners with opportunities to successfully exit their portfolios. I’m convinced that the flow of capital into clean energy is irrepressible, and this deal is one more step in unlocking the billions of dollars of untapped capital sources that have been absent from this sector,” said Thomas Byrne, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of CleanCapital. “Partnering with CarVal Investors, one of the most dynamic and innovative capital partners in the market, increases the resources and experience to accelerate toward that goal.”

CleanCapital was connected to CarVal through Finitive, a financial technology platform providing institutional investors with access to alternative lending investments.

“Using its proprietary financial technology platform, CleanCapital has established a leadership role in the acquisition of solar renewable assets. We are excited that CleanCapital and CarVal have partnered to further accelerate the growth of CleanCapital’s portfolio. With this partnership and the capital provided by CarVal, CleanCapital will be able to achieve its acquisition goals for the near and medium term,” said Jon Barlow, Executive Chairman and founder of Finitive.

CleanCapital is a financial technology company that makes it easy to invest in clean energy. They deliver technology solutions to all aspects of the transaction processfrom lending to capital raising, origination to diligence. The proprietary technology platform identifies, screens, and manages clean energy projects enabling project owners an opportunity to exit their portfolios while providing accredited investors, including institutional investors, family offices, and investment funds, unique access to the clean energy investment market.

About CleanCapital:

Founded in 2015, CleanCapital is a financial technology company that makes it easy to invest in clean energy. CleanCapital has built a proprietary technology platform that identifies, screens, and manages clean energy projects enabling project owners an opportunity to exit their portfolios while providing accredited investors, including institutional investors, family offices, and investment funds, unique access to the clean energy investment market. Stay up to date on the evolving market of clean energy finance by following the company on Twitter or Facebook or connecting via LinkedIn. Learn more at http://www.cleancapital.com.

About CarVal Investors

CarVal Investors is a leading global alternative investment fund manager focused on distressed and credit-intensive assets and market inefficiencies. Since 1987, CarVal has invested $103 billion in 5,300 transactions across 79 countries. CarVal has a history of successful energy and power investments and is innovative in structuring partnerships in the renewables industry. For more information, visit www.carvalinvestors.com.

About Finitive

Finitive is a financial technology platform providing institutional investors with turnkey, zero-fee access to alternative lending investments. Its highly selective process, world-class investment team, and unique platform efficiently deliver capital to its originator partners. Through Finitive, institutional investors access a multi-trillion-dollar market that encompasses a broad spectrum of non-bank lending sectors, including specialty finance, online lending, marketplace lending, and private credit funds. Finitive’s originator partners gain efficient access to a global network of investors who are actively allocating to alternative lending.  All regulated activities are conducted through North Capital Private Securities, member FINRA/SIPC. For additional information, please visit Finitive’s website at www.finitive.com.

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CleanCapital Continues Growth with New Hire, Melinda Baglio, Seasoned Project Finance Expert

New York, NY [Feb 14, 2018] – CleanCapital announced that Melinda Baglio recently joined the company to lead both legal processes and project acquisition for the team. As Head of Acquisitions and General Counsel, Baglio brings over a decade of experience in clean energy and project finance to support due diligence, financing and acquisition of new projects. Baglio’s hire will support CleanCapital’s work to increase the flow of capital across the clean energy marketplace while expanding opportunities for clean energy investing.

Finance and acquisition for renewable energy remains a hurdle for many project owners looking to sell and fund assets. CleanCapital’s innovative approach leverages technology to address these inefficiencies. Baglio, having spent the last eight years leading all aspects of project finance on numerous high-stakes and award-winning energy projects around the world, is bringing her expertise to CleanCapital. In this new role, Baglio will also support the CleanCapital team through all aspects of project acquisition, from due diligence to term negotiation and deal execution.

“I’ve been advocating for clean energy throughout my entire career. Since turning my focus to project finance I’ve had the opportunity to work on a number of innovative deals across the renewable energy space,” stated Baglio. “I’ve seen first hand the challenges related to executing a deal that are inhibiting growth in the clean energy sector. I was drawn to CleanCapital because of their innovative approach to tackle these challenges head-on and I’m excited to join the team of respected experts in the industry”

“Having worked with Melinda for many years, I witnessed her exceptional judgment and ability first hand. She has worked on a wide range of clean energy transactions and witnessed many of the challenges faced by developers,” said CleanCapital CEO, Thomas Byrne. “As CleanCapital strives to deliver innovative financing solutions to all segments of the clean energy market, that effort will be significantly advanced with the addition of Melinda.”

Most recently, Melinda was in the Energy infrastructure Project and Asset Finance group at White & Case LLP. Earlier in her career she was on the Project Finance team at Chadbourne and Parke LLP and an Environmental Advocate for NYPIRG.

About CleanCapital:

Founded in 2015, CleanCapital is a financial technology company that makes it easy to invest in clean energy. CleanCapital has built a proprietary technology platform that identifies, screens, and manages clean energy projects enabling project owners an opportunity to exit their portfolios while providing accredited investors, including institutional investors, family offices, and investment funds, unique access to the clean energy investment market. CleanCapital was founded in 2015 and are headquartered in New York, NY. Stay up to date on the evolving market of clean energy finance by signing up on our website, following us on Twitter, liking us on Facebook or connecting via LinkedIn. Learn more at https://cleancapital.com.

 

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For more info:
Contact: Lauren Glickman, press@cleancapital.com, (504) 258-7955

CleanCapital closes of $3.7M Investment Round to Help Investors Access Solar Market

We are excited to announce that our team at CleanCapital closed its Series A with a total investment of $3.7 million. This investment came through 50 investors to include FinTech and CleanTech leaders as well as SeedInvest’s Selections Fund in this latest round. The new capital will allow us to accelerate implementation of our technology roadmap, scale operations, grow our team, and expand opportunities for clean energy investing.

This new funding is driving our innovative approach to connect investors with investment-ready portfolios of solar projects across the United States. The capital will help us as we are actively acquiring seasoned solar projects that generate long-term contractual cash flows with creditworthy counterparties providing predictable long term returns. Our team performs best in class underwriting evaluation that uses our seasoned experience and proprietary metrics to acquire quality assets.

To date, our team has financed over $50M of solar projects and more than 20 MW in operating solar assets. We are already reducing barriers for institutional investors to access projects, and allows project owners to seamlessly exit their current portfolios.

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Who is investing?

We competed to be featured on leading startup fundraising platform SeedInvest which historically has accepted just 1% of startup applicants. In addition to SeedInvest, CleanTech leaders including Jeff Phillips, Treasurer and Co-Founder of the Corporate Climate Alliance and Barney Schauble, Managing Partner of Nephila Advisors join FinTech pioneers Ron Suber, President of Prosper Marketplace, Jon Barlow, Founder of Eaglewood Capital Management, and Bradley Pattelli, Former Chief Investment Officer of LendingClub with investments in CleanCapital.

What’s next?

We are busy implementing our technology road map and growing our team to make clean energy investing simple and accessible to everyone. We will continue to be a leading exit option for solar developers, and we will soon introduce new innovative financing products that will continue to propel clean energy growth.

CleanCapital Expands Team with Matt Eastwick, Former Managing Director of Global Environmental Fund

CleanCapital announced that Matt Eastwick has joined the company to structure and execute capital markets transactions. As Head of Capital Markets, Eastwick will bring an innovative approach to securing the optimal structures and investors for CleanCapital’s various and growing capital needs. Eastwick’s hire comes after a successful Series A equity raise this past summer, as CleanCapital continues to scale operations, while expanding opportunities for clean energy investing.

The renewable energy industry offers a variety of different financial structuring opportunities, and Eastwick, having spent the last eight years focused exclusively on these types of transactions, is bringing his expertise across several areas of fixed income and equity markets to the team. In this new role, Eastwick will also support the CleanCapital team to leverage big data analytics and technology to reduce inefficiencies that still exist for this sector of the market.

We are committed to creating innovative financing solutions that reach all segments of the market, and bringing a seasoned capital markets leader like Matt to the team will accelerate that effort.”— Thomas Byrne, CEO, CleanCapital

“Throughout my career in the capital markets and renewable energy finance, I’ve had the opportunity to work on a number of exciting and groundbreaking transactions,” stated Eastwick. “CleanCapital’s pioneering mission to innovate in the renewable energy market attracted me to join the company, and I look forward to building out our capital markets leadership.”

“Matt’s breadth of capital markets experience will help CleanCapital grow into a market leader,” said CleanCapital CEO Thomas Byrne. “We are committed to creating innovative financing solutions that reach all segments of the clean energy market, and bringing a seasoned capital markets leader like Matt to the team will accelerate that effort.”

Earlier in his career, Eastwick held various leadership positions at Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, and Merrill Lynch.

Jurgen Altziebler joins CleanCapital

Jurgen Altziebler has joined CleanCapital to lead the creative direction of our clean energy finance platform. As Head of Design, Jurgen will help expand CleanCapital’s online clean energy marketplace and will be responsible for managing our brand and visual identity.

A Webby award-winning creative director and interface architect for desktop and mobile applications, Jurgen adds deep expertise in information architecture and user experience (UX) to the CleanCapital team. Most recently, Jurgen was Product Design Lead at Elastic, a software provider that makes structured and unstructured data usable in real time for search, logging, security, and analytics use cases. As the first UX hire at Elastic, he pioneered product design at a rapidly growing enterprise software startup. During his time with the company, Jurgen combined multiple open source projects under one unified user interface and laid the foundation for versions to come. Jurgen’s exceptional talents have been awarded by One Show, Print Magazine, and The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences.

“When I learned about CleanCapital’s vision for clean energy and finance, I realized that this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create a global environmental impact with design,” said Jurgen. “Good design enables users to understand data and make smart decisions for their businesses, their families, and the future of our planet. It’s this synergy that transforms a business into a power brand.”
Earlier in this career, Jurgen held various roles with leading national corporations and nonprofit organizations across an array of industries, including CoreBrand, Siegel & Gale, OVEN Digital, ADP, American Express, AT&T, Microsoft, JPMorgan Chase, Pew Research, Pepsi, Motorola, and The World Bank. Jurgen studied design at the Parsons School of Design.

Solar hasn’t seen the revolution in UX that’s come to other industries. We face the challenge of visualizing complex data sets at the intersection of clean energy and finance. I can’t think of anyone better suited to help us grow in this environment than Jurgen.

CleanCapital Closes Investment Round Led By FinTech Leaders And Pioneers

WASHINGTON, DC— CleanCapital, an innovative online marketplace for clean energy investing, announced today the closing of the first round in Series A funding, as part of an ongoing capital raise. The new capital will allow CleanCapital to implement their technology roadmap and continue scaling operations, growing its team, and expanding opportunities for clean energy investing. CleanCapital’s proprietary platform has benefits that are two-fold, by creating opportunity for investment and increasing ease for project owners to exit their current portfolios. By reducing barriers both for the flow of capital and access to investments, CleanCapital is accelerating clean energy deployment.

This capital raise follows an exceptional first year for CleanCapital. To date, the team has financed over $40M of solar projects and more than 20 MW in operating solar assets. They have also received funding from industry leader John Hancock Life Insurance to finance numerous assets. CleanCapital has created a unique algorithm to efficiently scrub and value projects so that only the best investment opportunities are included in investment portfolios.

Investors include FinTech leaders and pioneers such as Ron Suber, President of Prosper Marketplace, Jon Barlow, Founder of Eaglewood Capital Management, and Bradley Pattelli, Former Chief Investment Officer of LendingClub. In addition, the company was recently selected to be featured on leading startup fundraising platform SeedInvest which historically has accepted just 1% of startups applicants.

“To accelerate clean energy we need a marketplace that provides all investors with access to this asset class. Our team is honored to be working with numerous FinTech pioneers to grow CleanCapital and clean energy more broadly,” said Thomas Byrne, Co-founder and CEO of CleanCapital. “CleanCapital is committed to attracting more investors to the space by providing a simple, understandable way to invest in clean energy.”

Ron Suber is at the center of San Francisco’s flourishing FinTech community. As of today, he’s invested in 16 FinTech companies, including high-profile players like DocuSign and SoFi, and serves as an official advisor to a half dozen companies.

“Clean energy is more important than ever before. I am excited to support CleanCapital as it provides retail and institutional investors with a simpler way to invest in clean energy. They have a strong team that can execute and a unique strategy to accelerate growth in the industry,” said Ron Suber, President of Prosper Marketplace.

Jon Barlow is the founder and former CEO of Eaglewood Capital Management, a leading P2P asset-management firm with approximately $2 billion of assets under management. He currently serves as a director and advisor to several FinTech companies, including Money360, eOriginal, VeriComply and Marketlend.

“I was initially attracted to CleanCapital because they are on the cutting edge of an emerging and highly scalable asset class, with an innovative platform that I believe helps create an attractive risk adjusted return profile for investors and accelerates clean energy at the same time,” Mr. Barlow said. “Furthermore, they have validated their market and I believe the company is poised to grow substantially as both institutional and retail investors discover the compelling merits of this platform.” Mr. Barlow’s investment was consummated following a multi-month due diligence process, and he will join CleanCapital as a board advisor.

Bradley Pattelli, the Founder of Troodon Advisors, is the former Chief Investment Officer of LendingClub. Prior to joining LendingClub, Pattelli was a partner at Angelo, Gordon & Co., a $26 billion alternative investments advisor, where he managed CDO portfolios and multiple non-investment grade portfolios while leading significant growth in assets and delivering solid returns. Pattelli, a Chartered Financial Analyst, holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Notre Dame and received an MBA from Columbia Business School, where he was most notably trained by Jim Rogers, Chairman of Rogers Holdings. CleanCapital is excited to welcome Mr. Pattelli to the Board of Directors.

“CleanCapital has the potential to profoundly transform clean energy by leveraging its proprietary technology to create a lower cost, more transparent flow of capital between projects and investors,” said Pattelli. “By streamlining the acquisition of high quality, clean energy projects, CleanCapital is able to pass through the benefits to its investors. I look forward to working with this talented team to help make CleanCapital a reliable provider of unique, tax efficient, impact investments to alternative fixed income investors.”

CleanCapital will be making a small portion of its Series A available to individual investors who are interested in clean energy through SeedInvest. For more information, potential investors may visit www.seedinvest.com/cleancapital.

 

CleanCapital And Generate Capital Announce Partnership To Enable The Acquisition Of $300 Million In Operating Clean Energy Assets

FINANCIAL FACILITY TO FOCUS ON DISTRIBUTED SOLAR PROJECTS
CleanCapital announced today a partnership with Generate Capital that enables the acquisition of approximately $300 million of operating clean energy assets. The transaction harnesses Generate Capital’s proven track record of backing innovative approaches to financing clean energy infrastructure solutions. The relationship between these groundbreaking firms brings liquidity to the distributed solar market and provides project owners access to permanent, flexible capital and exit opportunities in an otherwise limited market.

The innovative warehouse facility has the capacity to acquire $300 million in operating clean energy projects with a near term focus on distributed solar. It provides CleanCapital the flexibility to acquire assets while also offering investment opportunities through its state-of-the-art innovative investment platform and alongside a trusted industry partner, Generate Capital.

“Distributed energy resources are a critical component of the future electric grid but to date the investment opportunities have been limited. CleanCapital’s streamlined approach is attractive as it facilitates access to safe and secure opportunities to invest in these low-risk, cash flowing assets,” said Jigar Shah, President of Generate Capital. “After financing billions in innovative infrastructure, my co-founders and I created Generate’s novel model to fill a funding gap and advance the proven solutions required to build a resource-efficient economy. We’re pleased to partner with CleanCapital and its investors to bring a trusted, robust solution to this historically illiquid sector.”

“To rapidly transition to a clean energy economy, we need broader participation from the investment community and increased opportunity for project owners to successfully exit their existing portfolios. CleanCapital is committed to attracting more investors to the space by providing a simple, understandable way to invest in clean energy, ultimately facilitating access to the billions of dollars of untapped capital sources that have been searching for opportunities in this sector,” said Thomas Byrne, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of CleanCapital. “Partnering with Generate Capital, one of the most forward-thinking clean energy capital providers, gives us the resources and experience to accelerate that goal.”

CleanCapital delivers technology solutions to all aspects of the transaction process – from lending to capital raising, origination to diligence. The proprietary platform identifies, screens and manages clean energy projects for investors, expanding the clean energy market that until now has been limited to only a handful of institutional investors, banks, private equity firms, and tax equity investors.

About CleanCapital:
CleanCapital is a financial technology company that makes it easy to invest in clean energy. CleanCapital allows accredited investors, including institutional investors, family offices, and investment funds, to invest in secure and diversified clean energy projects. Investors can monitor investments in real-time using our seamless online platform. We were founded in 2015 and are headquartered in New York, NY. Stay up to date on the evolving market of clean energy finance by signing up on our website, following us on Twitter, liking us on Facebook or connecting via LinkedIn.

About Generate Capital, Inc.
Generate Capital is a specialty finance company based in San Francisco, California, founded by leaders in the renewable energy, technology, finance and sustainability sectors. Generate partners with project developers and technology manufacturers globally to finance proven solutions for the Resource Revolution; doing more with less of our critical resources like energy, water, food and materials. For more information on Generate Capital, please visit www.generatecapital.com.

The Evolution Of Solar Finance

It was not that long ago solar energy developers needed to convince a capital partner there was enough sunshine in New Jersey to power homes. The uncertainty of the market, questions about the reliability of the photovoltaic panels themselves, and unfamiliarity with power purchase agreements caused significant challenges to get new projects financed. Over time, as the right policies began to align, projects were built and the cost of solar panels declined. The risks began to mitigate allowing more capital to enter the market and reduce transaction costs. Cheaper deals meant better prices for the power, better prices meant more deals, and the solar marketplace grew exponentially. Today, solar is competing for a share in the $5 trillion renewable energy market projected for 2030. This changing business landscape leads us to the next phase of solar finance.

Read the rest of the article in North American Clean Energy.