Clean Power Finance ups the ante in residential solar with $300 million project fund

In 2011, project funds from investors like U.S. Bancorp and Google, through financiers like SolarCity and Sunrun (see the June 23, 2011 LRSSJ), grew the lease/power purchase agreement (PPA) model quickly in residential solar in the U.S. Whereas 11% of residential systems in California were sold via ...

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