Stem raises $100 million for behind-the-meter distributed energy storage financing

Stationary energy storage developer Stem recently announced that that it has raised $100 million to help it finance its projects. A New York-based investment manager called B Asset Manager and its affiliates are providing the funds, and the move is further evidence of the increasing role financie...

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