SunEdison, Inc. (NYSE: SUNE) announced today that is has closed a $160 million fund for distributed generation projects in the United States with Barclays and Citi. With the company having already shown strong earnings in Q2 2014, this fund positions SunEdison for additional growth over the rest of the year.
SunEdison, Inc. (NYSE: SUNE) last week announced financial results for Q2 2014.
The Board of Directors of renewable energy provider sPower (Sustainable Power Group) has announced the appointment of Jigar Shah to its Board of Directors.
SunEdison announces its acquisition of the 156 MW DC Comanche Solar project from Community Energy. Xcel Energy will purchase electricity generated from the solar plant under a 25-year power purchase agreement with SunEdison, which will maintain the plant.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority announces a power purchase agreement with SunEdison. The 20-year agreement locks in the cost of electricity for the utility, while the 14 MW plant provides power with zero water use.
As the solar industry grows, women still make up just 18.7% of the workforce. How do we change that, and why is it important that we do? A panel at Intersolar and a number of recent articles shed light on these questions.
Freedom Solar hires Kyle Frazier, former SunEdison U.S. Director of Sales, to grow their business with nonprofits. Coupled with their exclusive financing mechanism, this will make it easier for local nonprofits to install solar systems.
SunEdison agrees to purchase 50 MW of solar PV projects from BlueWave Capital. The agreement includes 12 projects jointly developed by BlueWave and SunEdison across Massachusetts and represents the largest acquisition of solar assets in the state’s history.
SunEdison stock surges on the announcement Wednesday of its intention to offer $500 million in convertible debt. Part of the proceeds will be used to fund acquisitions, development, and construction costs, as well as to repay debts.
Homeboy Industries offers courses in solar installation to former LA gang members, helping them get on the path to success in a new career. The nonprofit also has plans to go solar with the help of Everybody Solar, another nonprofit based in San Francisco.