SunRun emerges as another residential PPA player; expect to see many more

This past week, San Francisco-based residential power purchase agreement (PPA) provider SunRun raised a $12 million Series A from Foundation Capital and a few prominent angels. The company seeks to introduce the PPA rate structure – where a solar customer locks in a specific price per kilowatt-hour ...

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