Massachusetts in Transition: SREC II to the New Solar Regime

Massachusetts in Transition: SREC II to the New Solar Regime

The Massachusetts solar industry has a long history of hitting caps. Whether it’s for net metering or the SREC market (both SREC I and II), as more solar energy systems have come online in the Commonwealth, current solar policies in place have reached their limits....
The Storage Story: What’s in Store?

The Storage Story: What’s in Store?

Storage has been no stranger to the energy conversation over the last several years. According to the White House, the United States doubled the installed capacity of energy storage to 500MW in 2015 alone. As the U.S. solar market continues to grow, the industry is...
The Elephant in the Room

The Elephant in the Room

Without a doubt, the solar industry has been rocked these last few months. We’ve shied away from discussing the headlines, but it’s time we address the effects on the marketplace. Developers are adjusting return expectations. Projects have re-entered the marketplace,...
Is Community Solar Too Complicated for Tax Equity Investors?

Is Community Solar Too Complicated for Tax Equity Investors?

Community solar – or shared solar – has been getting a whole lotta love lately. At the end of March, The Washington Post published an article entitled “Why this new solar market could be set to explode,” pointing to a report from Rocky Mountain Institute estimating...
SOURCE: The Sol Project Finance Journal, March 2016

SOURCE: The Sol Project Finance Journal, March 2016

SOURCE is a monthly solar project finance journal that our team distributes to our network of clients and solar stakeholders. Our newsletter contains solar statistics from current real-life solar projects, trends, and observations gained through monthly interviews...