How to Help Them Understand the New Competitive Marketplace
DG lenders and developers should consider standardizing a model form of energy service agreement.
We went to Allentown and talked with Bill Spence.
The fight over customer rooftops, grid funding, and net metering.
Why a residential demand rate developed 40 years ago is increasingly relevant today.
An insurer’s perspective on risk drivers for distributed resources.
Not so Fast: Why the Electric Industry May be Heading in the Wrong Direction
Funding a new infrastructure in an age of uncertainty.
TerraForm acquired 21 U.S. distributed generation solar power plants comprising 26 MW from SunEdison through a series of transactions valued at $47 million. The 21 power plants have long-term contracts with an average remaining life of 20 years. The portfolio has high quality counterparties including municipalities, schools and businesses and is geographically diverse, with plants located in seven US states. TerraForm has funded the purchase of these call right projects with cash on hand.
Utilities should think hard about business models.