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Solaria | September 15, 2021
Solaria Corporation, a global provider of advanced solar energy products, today announced an addition to its industry-leading solar product line. Solaria’s new PowerXT® 430R-PL (430-Watt) solar panel features high-power density and an optimized form factor – along with unparalleled aesthetics and a 25-year comprehensive warranty. Solaria PowerXT 430R-PL solar panels will be available in March 2022 through leading solar and electrical distributors in North America.
Tigo Energy, Inc | January 06, 2021
Tigo Energy, Inc., the worldwide leader in Flex-MLPE (Module Level Power Electronics), announced today that Charged Up Energy has chosen Tigo’s Optimizers and SMA inverters as its preferred UL PV Rapid Shutdown System (PVRSS) for residential PV customers. This offering comes following the buyout of an SMA investment by Tigo’s management team in the summer of 2020. The California installer will use the TS4-A-O with any one of the 18 different SMA single phase inverter models, ranging ...
Capstone Infrastructure Corporation | November 06, 2020
Capstone Infrastructure Corporation is pleased to announce a Claresholm Solar Project financing update. On July 9, 2020, Claresholm signed a credit agreement with ATB Financial, Fiera Infrastructure Private Debt Fund LP and Telus Pensions Liability Hedging Master Trust to provide up to $115 million of construction to term financing for the 132 MWac Claresholm Solar Project, located in the Municipal District of Willow Creek, Alberta. Along with our partner, Denmark-based Obton A/S (“Obton&r...
The Carlyle Group | January 29, 2020
Private equity giant Carlyle Group intends to invest US$100 million in developing, acquiring, financing and operating US solar projects through a new partnership with Missouri-based firm Alchemy Renewables. The Carlyle Group will invest through its new affiliate, Cardinal Renewables. Alchemy Renewables will provide asset management services, place tax equity financing and manage operations and maintenance services while Cardinal Renewables will acquire projects. Alchemy Renewables claims it has ...
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