The prospect of lost solar industry capacity and jobs looms in the background thanks to this ITC decision, but this doesn’t appear to faze GameChange Solar, which is now expanding its capital introduction program to over $3 billion in available capital to fund solar projects in both the U.S. and worldwide. The program is primarily in concert with seven leading funding sources, two of which are large utility backed power generation companies and the other five of which are leading IPPs.
GameChange Solar works with IPPs, Private Equity Firms, utilities and other entities looking to invest in and own projects. GameChange introduces them to developers, EPCs and others who are looking to build projects. This enables more projects to be financed and built, furthering our mission to repower the planet with cleaner energy.
“Capital intro is critical for the growth of the solar industry,” said Andrew Worden, CEO of GameChange Solar. “Being located in New York City where there is a growing community of private equity and hedge funds seeking to invest in solar PV projects. Having invested over $500,000,000 over the past 20 years from the investment funds I have run have enabled us to build relationships with many investment funds and other investors. We are located in the epicenter of finance in the United States, right here in Manhattan, and this proximity coupled with working knowledge of what investors seek positions GameChange Solar to be able to provide capital intro to our customers to our mutual benefit. This will be an increasing value added service we will provide to help us, our customers, the investors, and most importantly of all, the solar industry’s growth rate.”
— Solar Builder magazine