Lack of clarity around due diligence is one of the risks the crowdfunding sector needs to address in order to improve the outlook for solar projects.
US solar companies have started to take advantage of the Direct Public Offering route to raise cash through crowdfunding.
In a global economy, crowdfunding could shake up solar finance in the way PayPal shook up how we pay for products and services online.
There are challenges associated with raising finance in non-traditional markets. Crowdfunding looks like a credible alternative.
Crowdfunding has become increasingly important as a source of financing for renewable energy, and the platforms are starting to make a real difference.
Plummeting share prices have prompted concerns over the US yieldco model. But not all observers have lost confidence.
A number of factors are driving renewable energy companies to look beyond their core technology competencies.
The big news hit the net yesterday afternoon: SunEdison is purchasing Vivint Solar, America's second largest residential installer.
PV startups and project developers looking for small investor backing now have a wealth of crowdfunding sites to choose from.
Solar technology and project developers are raising significant funds through online platforms where anyone can be an investor.
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