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Challenges in Solar Equipment Finance

Growth in solar-generation capacity has not been evenly distributed across the country, however, as some states’ policies and laws are solar-friendly, while those in other states pose barriers. One such barrier in many states is the lack of access to financing.

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In recent years, in certain parts of the country, solar electricity generation systems have become increasingly popular for all sorts of consumers, including commercial landlords and tenants. (For ease of reference, this article will refer to such systems, including solar photovoltaic panels, inverters, racking and related equipment as “solar equipment.”) Growth in solar-generation capacity has not been evenly distributed across the country, however, as some states’ policies and laws are solar-friendly, while those in other states pose barriers. One such barrier in many states is the lack of access to financing.

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