What Comes After North Carolina?

Blog Sara Rafalson | October 20, 2016

What Comes After North Carolina?

It is no secret that North Carolina has experienced a solar boom in recent years, skyrocketing to the #3 spot…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | September 26, 2016

SOURCE: The Sol Project Finance Journal, September 2016

SOURCE is a monthly solar project finance journal that our team distributes to our network of clients and solar stakeholders. Our newsletter…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | August 17, 2016

50(d): What Does It Mean for the Tax Credit Market?

Last month, we wrote in SOURCE that after years of anticipation, a 50(d) income ruling would soon be released. Sure…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | July 20, 2016

SOURCE: The Sol Project Finance Journal, July 2016

SOURCE is a monthly solar project finance journal that our team distributes to our network of clients and solar stakeholders. Our newsletter…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | July 20, 2016

Property Taxes: Still Taxing

Increases in project costs due to property taxes and/or a developer’s inability to secure a payment in lieu of taxes…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | July 19, 2016

Module Shortage? That’s So 2015.

Oh, how quickly things can change in one year on the solar coaster. After reporting extensively on module shortage rumors…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | June 15, 2016

SOURCE: The Sol Project Finance Journal, June 2016

SOURCE is a monthly solar project finance journal that our team distributes to our network of clients and solar stakeholders. Our newsletter…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | June 15, 2016

So, You Want to Go Merchant…

In some markets, solar is now at a price point where installation costs are competitive with locational marginal pricing (LMP).…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | May 12, 2016

SOURCE: The Sol Project Finance Journal, May 2016

SOURCE is a monthly solar project finance journal that our team distributes to our network of clients and solar stakeholders. Our newsletter…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | April 14, 2016

Development Capital: Giving Local and Regional Developers a Leg up on the Competition

It is not always easy being a local or regional solar developer going head-to-head with a national giant to win…
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