SunRun and U.S. Bancorp set up $200 million tax equity fund for residential system financing as others come up dry

Last week, SunRun announced a new $200 million tax equity fund for residential solar system financing from U.S. Bancorp – with whom it previously raised similar funds ($105 million in 2008, $90 million in 2009). U.S. Bancorp is no stranger to these partnerships – the company has also partnered with ...

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