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Sunnova to go public

The company will list on the NYSE under the symbol NOVA. Sunnova’s prospectus filing reveals information about the company’s finances and operation.

Sunrun eating into utility operations

By providing solar-plus-storage, contracting to supply capacity in wholesale markets and even considering microgrid communities, Sunrun is taking on more of the space traditionally occupied by utilities and large, centralized power generators.


How is Tesla selling residential solar for less than $2 per watt?

High-profile CEO Elon Musk has delivered on his promise to slash prices for residential solar. And the company’s reduction of prices to as low as $1.75/W after the federal tax credit is applied is likely a result of the move to online sales.


Rooftop solar and batteries makes their mark at BNEF Future of Energy

Sunrun made a splash at the BNEF Summit in New York City at a time when utilities are increasingly struggling to adapt to new realities. But distributed energy resources have a long way to go to play a major role, and we will still need additional energy sources in future power systems.


Sunrun claims US residential solar market leadership

The company deployed 85 MW of residential solar during Q4 2017, as the last of the big three residential solar installers sticking to the third-party solar model.

Sunrun within striking distance of Tesla’s solar market share

Sunrun installed only 17% less solar than Tesla/SolarCity during Q3, as the only of the big three residential solar companies that is still growing.

Quebec-based pension fund La Caisse keeps investing in solar

After providing Canadian rooftop solar specialist Potentia Renewables with $83 million in May, Canada’s second-largest public pension fund has now agreed to finance U.S. solar installer Sunrun with $40 million.

BREAKING: Sungevity bankruptcy ends with court-approved $50 million sale

A Delaware bankruptcy judge yesterday approved the sale of the bankrupt residential solar installer to private equity firm Northern Pacific Group.


Sunrun grows, captures more market share in 2016

The third party solar company’s quarterly results show its 2016 deployments growing at double the rate of the U.S. residential market, as Sunrun begins offering energy storage and changes its relationship to utilities.

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