Distributed Sun LLC

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Distributed Sun, LLC (D-SUN) is a renewable energy services provider founded in 2009 that develops, constructs, finances, and operates commercial solar, community solar, and distributed generation. D-SUN provides tax equity syndication to its own projects and as a service. D-SUN manages operating assets in nine states. D-SUN’s affiliate company, beEdison, LLC provides a risk assessment and project development platform in parallel with additional diligence services and credit scoring for unrated entities.

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