Finance

You can’t ignore it anymore: An interview with GTM Research’s Cory Honeyman

In this exclusive interview with pv magazine, GTM Research Associate Director of U.S. Solar Cory Honeyman give his perspective on what today’s ruling by the ITC means – and where we are headed now.

Enphase no longer threatened with delisting

The microinverter maker has regained compliance with NASDAQ listing rules, but is still on uncertain ground financially.

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Why the trade petition is hurting solar financing—and what can save it

In this op-ed for pv magazine, Standard Solar President and CEO Scott Wiater talks about adaptation strategies for solar companies struggling with financing due to the uncertainty caused by the Section 201 investigation.

SEIA, kWh Analytics provide risk management recommendations

The new guide offers potential solar investors a list of best practices designed to manage unnecessary risk as they consider putting money into projects.

Goldman Sachs buys $300 million in Mosaic solar loans

The U.S. solar financing provider claims it has originated over $1 billon of loans for homeowners to date.

Canadian Solar subsidiary Recurrent Energy signs deal for 100 MW project

Recurrent Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of heavyweight module manufacturer Canadian Solar has signed power purchase agreement for a 100 MW PV project to be located in Kings County, Central California.

Tenaska closes green bond refinancing of 150 MW solar project

With interest rates expected to continue rising, BNEF says that this could be the beginning of more bond activity.

#Solar 100’s Nancy Pfund: The Queen Midas of cleantech

The original VC behind SolarCity talks about what the next challenger to SolarCity will look like. As the third interview in the #Solar100 Thought Leaders series, kWh Analytics Founder Richard Matsui speaks with Founder and Managing Partner of DBL Partners, Nancy Pfund.

Solar’s next top model: SEIA unveils standard commercial PPA contract

SEIA’s C&I Working Group has created and unveiled Version 2.0 of its standard commercial PPA contract, which it hopes will help to ease project development in the sector.

Appeals court upholds SolarWorld’s $800 million debt to Hemlock

The ruling comes as the German solar manufacturer is restarting following an insolvency process, and Hemlock may have a hard time collecting.

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