NewEnergyNews: THE MONEY IN SOLAR, Q2 2014

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    Friday, July 18, 2014

    THE MONEY IN SOLAR, Q2 2014

    Solar Funding and M&A 2014 Second Quarter Report

    July 2014 (Mercom Capital Group)

    “Total corporate financing, including VC/PE, debt and public market financing in the solar sector totaled $6.3 billion in Q2 2014…Global VC funding in Q2 2014 totaled $432 million in 21 deals, up from $251 million in 26 deals in Q1…Solar downstream companies accounted for nearly 90 percent of funding, bringing in more than $388 million…Public market financing in Q2 2014 totaled $1.3 billion in ten deals compared to $1.3 billion in 17 deals in Q1 2014…There were 33 large-scale project funding deals in Q2 2014 totaling $3.5 billion, compared to $3.6 billion in 43 deals in the first quarter. Large-scale project announcements worldwide in Q2 2014 totaled 7.6 GW from 150 projects…It was a record quarter for residential and commercial solar funds, with $1.3 billion raised in eight different funds…Solar M&A activity in Q2 2014 came to $400 million in 25 transactions, with most of it in the solar downstream category which had 11 transactions…Announced project acquisitions in Q2 2014 totaled $229 million in 34 transactions…” click here for more

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