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Boston Community Capital and The Solar Energy Advantage: Let There Be Light
Fairchild, Gregory B.; Race, Natalie; Bothwell, Jamie Case ENT-0175 / Published February 27, 2012 / 15 pages.
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Dick Jones had just received a voice mail from Jigar Shah at SunEdison, a solar energy services firm, informing him that his venture-financed firm would not be able to partner on the solar project they had been discussing the last few months?a plan to bring the benefits of clean, renewable energy to low-income families in Boston. A third-party solar power purchase agreement would have allowed low-income housing developments to lock in their electricity rates far into the future, making budgeting and cash management much easier. Now Jones wondered how to go forward.

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    Dick Jones had just received a voice mail from Jigar Shah at SunEdison, a solar energy services firm, informing him that his venture-financed firm would not be able to partner on the solar project they had been discussing the last few months?a plan to bring the benefits of clean, renewable energy to low-income families in Boston. A third-party solar power purchase agreement would have allowed low-income housing developments to lock in their electricity rates far into the future, making budgeting and cash management much easier. Now Jones wondered how to go forward.

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