SolarCity adds financing options – on both the front and back ends

In the past few weeks, SolarCity announced two new developments relating to its financing of distributed solar in the U.S. First, it will begin offering "solar loans" to customers, in addition to its existing power purchase agreements (PPAs) and leases (for residential customers only). The compan...

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