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A lack of sustainably growing markets means the yieldco phenomenon might not be much of an option for Asian solar firms, experts say
Moves are underway to establish a new green bank in a newly industrialised country such as Chile, India or Mexico.
A carbon tax law currently under discussion in South Africa will likely benefit solar even though there is uncertainty over some details.
Emerging market solar bankability is being helped with financial innovation. But new models can only do so much, experts say.
Performance dips are forcing a reassessment of the yieldco model. Lower expectations can help, but there is a more radical option available as well.
Two recent yieldco U-turns appear to have been driven by specific financial considerations rather than concerns about yieldco’s prospects, experts have said.
An analysis of yieldco data confirms poor share performance is in reality a US phenomenon. Elsewhere it is more of a mixed bag.
There are strong reasons for the yieldco model to get back on track, albeit with more realistic expectations.
The French crowdfunding market is a €253 million-worth market with seventy active platforms. French platforms like Lendosphere and Lumo are bright examples, having funded 12 and 6 projects respectively.
As unrealistic expectations of dividend growth are scaled back, yieldcos are now on a more sustainable path.