Newsletter: June 2019

In this email: The Solar Risk Assessment Report; TechCrunch features; Currents Episode 61; #SOLAR100.
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At kWh Analytics, we’re excited to help make critical societal improvements financially possible.

Our VC investors at Anthemis recently said in a TechCrunch interview, “Our hope lies in changing the way new energy projects are financed, and this is one of the reasons we were excited about kWh Analytics. I donʼt think many VCs get it, but itʼs about infrastructure finance. And with infrastructure finance, youʼre talking about trillions of dollars and a whole new infrastructure to convert it from a specialist finance product to a commodity product. We saw in kWh Analytics a piece to solving that puzzle.”

We have structured Solar Revenue Puts on over $500 million of solar assets, combining data analytics and financial innovation to make solar more competitive. What that means:

Below, you’ll find select highlights from this quarter. And as always, reach out with any questions on solar risk management.

Richard Matsui
Founder & CEO

With the Solar Revenue Put, leading sponsors and banks are able to reduce the risk—and therefore the cost—of solar. Reach out to learn more about how the Solar Revenue Put can enhance your next project financing.

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The Solar Risk Assessment: 2019

As reported in Greentech Media and in Norton Rose Fulbright's Currents podcast, kWh Analytics partnered with 9 of the industry’s leading experts on solar production risk to share our quantitative insights & help continue moving our industry forward. The first ever Solar Risk Assessment report is now available here:

Download Solar Risk Assessment: 2019

The latest: Brian Cassutt: The Kawhi of Solar; Nat Kreamer: Clean Energy's Captain America; Emily Rogers, Zadie Oleksiw, & Jamie Nolan: Solar’s Communications Experts; Dan Siegel: The Marie Kondo of Tax Equity.

Solar finance veterans John Sniffen and Sarath Srinivasan and rising stars Hao Shen and Hannah Kang recently joined our growing team.

We're looking for one more mission-driven, ambitious solar finance expert.

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