SunEdison expands fund as investors flood the U.S. solar market while 100% depreciation lasts

Wells Fargo announced this week that is subsidiaries will add $120 million to a fund established by SunEdison in 2007 to finance distributed photovoltaic (PV) installations in the U.S. It had already invested $200 million in the same fund, which has been used to finance hundreds of solar projects in...

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