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 William Patterson | September 20, 2018

What’s Driving Downward Pressure in Solar Module Prices?

Since May of last year, the module market has been anything but business as usual (though in solar, is it…
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Blog Colin Murchie | November 19, 2015

Who Will Weather the Solar Finance Storm?

Semper Paratus ad Expensis It has been a stormy few weeks in the solar industry; stock market volatility has not…
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Blog Thomas Larson | November 25, 2014

If C&I Solar Projects Were Thanksgiving Dinner

A well-executed solar project can be almost as satisfying as Thanksgiving dinner; the only difference is that you are still…
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Blog Rachel Charow | July 17, 2014

Who Pays for Countervailing Tariffs on Chinese Solar Panels?

On June 2, 2014, the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) made the decision to start implementing countervailing duties (“countervails”) on…
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Blog Alejandro Neira | October 03, 2013

Employee Spotlight: Andrew Gilligan

At Sol Systems, we realize that our work is a reflection of who we are as individuals, and our success…
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Blog Daniel Watson | April 23, 2013

Sol Systems to Speak at Novogradac’s Financing Renewable Energy Conference in San Francisco

Sol Systems CEO Yuri Horwitz and Dan Yonkin, Director of Tax Equity, will be attending the upcoming Novogradac Financing Renewable…
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Blog Kevin Collins | July 11, 2012

S-REITs – The Closest Option to Public Solar Financing?

Solar finance is not a new concept, but it’s predominately controlled through private and business to business transactions. The limited…
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Blog Anna Noucas | May 21, 2012

NJ Senate Environment and Energy Committee Passes S1925

During the May 17th Senate Environment and Energy hearing, the New Jersey committee passed legislation to alter the state’s current…
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