To Safe Harbor or Not to Safe Harbor

That is the Question

Blog Jessica Robbins | July 18, 2019

To Safe Harbor or Not to Safe Harbor

Whether tis nobler in the model to suffer / the cost and hassle of outrageous procurement expense… As the clock…
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Blog Becca Glazer and Kevin Mayer | April 04, 2019

Bifacial or bust? Engineering solar financings of the future

The solar industry hates stasis, which is exemplified in industry members’ self-proclaimed rides on “the Solar Coaster.” Solar trade shows…
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Blog Gabe Wuebben | April 04, 2019

Tax equity structuring and the advantage of a tax-efficient sponsor

We in the United States, whether in the name of ideological principal or political necessity, have decided to incentivize renewable…
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Blog Charity Sack | May 18, 2018

Tax Equity Forecast: Low Visibility, Thick Fog Expected to Continue

For companies still on the road to placing or finding tax equity in their capital stacks for 2018, you’ll need…
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Blog Lauren Miller | January 31, 2018

Tax Equity in 2018: What to Watch For

This is an excerpt from the January 2018 edition of The SOL SOURCE, a monthly electronic newsletter analyzing the latest…
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Blog Lauren Miller | August 24, 2017

Tax Equity in 2017: The Capital Supply + Demand Shift

2017 has certainly been an interesting year for solar investments. While early policy reform uncertainty had some investors staying away,…
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Blog Jessica Robbins | June 23, 2017

Tax Rate Reform Could Make 2017 a “Unicorn Year” for Solar Tax Equity Investors

It’s been an interesting few months for the solar industry. Uncertainty about the status and potential impact of tax rate…
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Blog Timothy McAuliffe | May 27, 2016

Employee Spotlight: James Machulak

At Sol Systems, our team is the foundation of our continued success. With nearly sixty full-time staff and counting, our…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | December 15, 2014

A Look Back at 2014: What Does a Shortage of Bankable Projects Mean for C&I Solar?

Solar project development is cyclical: more capital chases projects, oversupply of capital brings down yields, capital exits the space, more…
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Blog William Graves | July 17, 2014

Will the Eagle Point Solar Decision Open Up the Midwest Solar Market?

On July 11, 2014, the Iowa Supreme Court ruled in favor of Eagle Point Solar (EPS), a Dubuque, IA based…
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