SolarCity this week announced it would offer $54.4 million in bonds, backed by cash flow from a pool of PV systems. The security will pay 4.8% annually, maturing Dec. 21, 2026. This is the first time that a solar revenue stream has been securitized, but it won’t be the last. It opens a vast new […]
Solar@Work feature story At Solar Power International inChicago, in late October, most exhibitors were as busy as they could hope to be, at least for the first couple of days. SEIA and SEPA rented some 510 booths, and SEIA vice president Tom Kimbis estimated the attendee count at about 13,000. This is down sharply from […]
California Gov. Jerry Brown, speaking at the opening ceremony for Intersolar NA this week, vowed that his state will continue to lead the nation — and perhaps the world — in research, development and deployment of renewable energy, specifically to fight climate change. “Most countries, except for Germany, are not meeting the climate challenge,” Brown […]
Tour operators across the United States may now register for the 2013 National Solar Tour, scheduled for Oct. 5 in most locations. Click here to learn more!
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