Market Analysis Insights
Project Finance is a commonly used financing structure for large infrastructure projects which offers companies and investors many benefits over traditional corporate finance. While it has certain limitations and requirements, project finance can be used to raise a large amount of funds in an efficient manner. Renewable energy projects in the U.S.
By Lang Reynolds
YieldCos represent a surging trend in renewable energy finance and a valuable innovation to access relatively low-cost capital for the right players. Along with securitization and other financial innovations, YieldCos represent a critical pathway to support renewable energy project deployment and market growth past incentive expirations.
Residential Solar and the Uniform Commercial Code: A Primer on Solar-Financiers’ Rights in a Home ForeclosureSubmitted by Travis Lowder on Tue, 04/14/2015 - 4:44pm
U.S. residential solar PV has been growing at a breakneck pace. Annual installations have increased nearly five-fold in the past five years and, in 2014, surpassed annual commercial capacity additions for the first time in the history of PV market tracking.
By: Marley Urdanick
In the world of photovoltaic (PV) finance, historical performance data—or the lack thereof—stands as an obstacle to the risk assessment and credit evaluation of solar installations.
Tapping Underserved Solar Markets: Can We Extend Solar Deployment into Customer Sectors with Lower or No Credit?Submitted by Michael Mendelsohn on Tue, 04/08/2014 - 11:32am
Distributed solar deployment is often a game of off-taker credit. That is, behind-the-meter project success depends largely on whether the end-use customer has credit sufficient to support a long-term power contract or lease.