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Protect your solar investments

The Solar Revenue Put is a credit enhancement that guarantees the performance of solar assets. It improves lender terms by de-risking the asset with an insurance-backed production guarantee for up to 95% of expected energy output.

The Solar Revenue Put relies upon our proprietary repository of performance data to realistically assess production risk. The Solar Revenue Put has become a market standard solution for sponsors seeking to optimize their financial returns, ranging from thousands of residential rooftop power plants to utility-scale solar farms. Both refinancing and “new build” financing have been supported by the Put. The Put has also supported front and back leverage as well as tax equity.


Solar Revenue Puts are now set to guarantee production of 6+ TWh of solar electricity, enough electricity to power every home in America for over a day


For Lenders

  • Differentiate in the market

  • Help clients succeed

  • Gain credit enhancement

For Sponsors

  • Increase IRRs by 30+ bps

  • Improve bids by up to 5%

  • Free up cash availability

For everyone

  • Lower cost of capital for utility-scale solar projects as power-purchase agreement prices continue to decline


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Structured on $500 million of solar assets

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Largest database of solar asset performance in the industry

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Trusted by investment grade insurers to guarantee production


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We highlight the comfort of insurance companies in underwriting cash flows from solar projects at the P50 production level, which is a key turning point for the industry to lever up further
— Julien Dumoulin-Smith, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Equity Analyst
 

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Solar Energy Insurance Services (CDI License: 0L00900) is a wholly owned subsidiary of kWh Analytics, Inc. Solar Energy Insurance Services is a surplus lines broker offering access to products written by surplus lines insurers. Surplus lines insurance carriers do not generally participate in state guaranty funds and insureds are therefore not protected by such funds. Products are subject to legal and underwriting requirements, and coverages may not be available in all jurisdictions.