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   Winners and Losers of BlackRock’s Climate Pushback (So Far)  2020/09/08 07:00:00 Green Technology Media
In January, the world's largest asset manager issued a warning shot that the status quo on climate change is not going to cut it. In his annual letter, BlackRock CEO Larry Fink wrote: “We don’t yet know which predictions about the climate will be most accurate, nor what effects we have failed to consider. But there is no denying the direction we are heading. Every government, company, and shareholder must confront climate change.” With more than $6 trillion of investments under management and influence in boardrooms of nearly 1,800 companies, what BlackRock says carries big weight across the corporate and political world. But that weight only hits home if BlackRock follows through and presses for a response to climate change in boardrooms. Among its specific pledges, BlackRock said it will divest from companies deriving 25 percent or more of their revenue from thermal coal, and press companies to make climate and sustainability disclosures aligned with Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
   What's New In Solar Energy: A Rundown Of 6 Solar-Related Stocks  2020/08/31 17:13:55 Benzinga
According to the most recent report from the Solar Energy Industries Association, 2020 marked the largest first quarter on record in the U.S. As for the whole year, Wood Mackenzie expects annual growth in new solar installations to increase by one-third. The SEIA is projecting nearly 20 GW of new solar installations. While the pandemic has disrupted the global economy and harmed the solar industry, the potential of the sector is intact. This claim is supported by SunRun Inc's (NASDAQ: RUN ) recent $3.2 billion all-stock acquisition of Vivint Solar Inc (NYSE: VSLR ). Clearway Energy – Major Dividend For its second-quarter, Clearway Energy Inc (NYSE: CWEN ) reported a net income of $76 million. Adjusted EBITDA was $316 million with $100 million in cash gained from operating activities. The renewable energy producer now yields 4.9% after providing its investors with a monster dividend increase this month. The company can easily support the higher payout thanks to its stability gained by long-term and fixed-rate contracts.
   Vivint Solar Reports Second Quarter 2020 Results  2020/08/05 20:05:00 PR Newswire
LEHI, Utah, Aug. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Vivint Solar, Inc. (NYSE: VSLR), today announced financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2020. Second Quarter 2020 Operating Highlights Key operating and development highlights include: MWs Installed of approximately 44 MWs for the…
   Sunnova Keeps Growing Despite Coronavirus Impacts in Q2  2020/07/30 20:40:00 Green Technology Media
Residential solar company Sunnova came out of a daunting Q2 in better financial shape than it’s ever been. Earlier in the year, the disruption of the coronavirus pandemic and public safety response prompted most leading solar companies to revoke their financial guidance for the year. Vivint Solar, SunPower, Sunrun and Tesla all did. But Sunnova did not, and it backed up its confidence with strong performance in the second quarter. Sunnova installed 6,166 rooftop systems in the quarter through its dealer network. At an average size of 7.8 kilowatts, that translates to about 48 megawatts. That installation count is down 9 percent from Q1, not nearly as bad as the quarterly declines analysts predicted for the residential sector as a whole. And Sunnova's installations up 54 percent from Q2 2019. That brings Sunnova's total customer base to 91,574, including leases, loans and power purchase agreements. Sunnova also grew its dealer network from 191 partners in Q1 to 227 partners in Q2, and raised its energy storage attachment rate to 34 percent, from 30 percent the previous quarter. “It’s awesome to see the performance by my folks and the dealers through this quarter,” CEO John Berger told Greentech Media in a Thursday interview. “I strongly suspected that we could perform very well, but even I was surprised by how well we performed in this very difficult period.” Sunnova's expectation for the year is to add 28,000 to 30,000 customers; the 12,936 already added means the company is on pace, given that installations typically increase in the latter half of the year.
   Questioning Tesla’s New Record-Low Residential Solar Pricing  2020/07/29 14:10:00 Green Technology Media
Since its acquisition of SolarCity in 2016, Tesla has systematically eliminated all active customer acquisition channels. In 2017 the company stopped door-to-door sales. In 2018, it pulled out of its retail partnership with Home Depot before finally closing all Tesla stores in 2019 and directing potential customers to their online platform. Tesla has now announced that it will deliver the lowest residential solar installation prices in the industry, enabled by a 64 percent decrease in sales and marketing spend. The company made adjustments to its offering as of late July, but Tesla’s new pricing offer is still about 20 percent lower than the industry average established by Wood Mackenzie in a recent report . Wood Mackenzie has now released a new analysis focused on Tesla that shares three potential price scenarios, each with a different cost stack, in order to better understand the viability of Tesla’s strategy. WoodMac finds that although Tesla’s approach is likely a window into the future, it is not guaranteed to succeed — and that solar customers will take on some of the risk.
   Vivint Solar Reports Second Quarter 2020 Results  2020/08/05 20:05:00 PR Newswire
LEHI, Utah, Aug. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Vivint Solar, Inc. (NYSE: VSLR), today announced financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2020. Second Quarter 2020 Operating Highlights Key operating and development highlights include: MWs Installed of approximately 44 MWs for the…
   Sunnova Keeps Growing Despite Coronavirus Impacts in Q2  2020/07/30 20:40:00 Green Technology Media
Residential solar company Sunnova came out of a daunting Q2 in better financial shape than it’s ever been. Earlier in the year, the disruption of the coronavirus pandemic and public safety response prompted most leading solar companies to revoke their financial guidance for the year. Vivint Solar, SunPower, Sunrun and Tesla all did. But Sunnova did not, and it backed up its confidence with strong performance in the second quarter. Sunnova installed 6,166 rooftop systems in the quarter through its dealer network. At an average size of 7.8 kilowatts, that translates to about 48 megawatts. That installation count is down 9 percent from Q1, not nearly as bad as the quarterly declines analysts predicted for the residential sector as a whole. And Sunnova's installations up 54 percent from Q2 2019. That brings Sunnova's total customer base to 91,574, including leases, loans and power purchase agreements. Sunnova also grew its dealer network from 191 partners in Q1 to 227 partners in Q2, and raised its energy storage attachment rate to 34 percent, from 30 percent the previous quarter. “It’s awesome to see the performance by my folks and the dealers through this quarter,” CEO John Berger told Greentech Media in a Thursday interview. “I strongly suspected that we could perform very well, but even I was surprised by how well we performed in this very difficult period.” Sunnova's expectation for the year is to add 28,000 to 30,000 customers; the 12,936 already added means the company is on pace, given that installations typically increase in the latter half of the year.
   Questioning Tesla’s New Record-Low Residential Solar Pricing  2020/07/29 14:10:00 Green Technology Media
Since its acquisition of SolarCity in 2016, Tesla has systematically eliminated all active customer acquisition channels. In 2017 the company stopped door-to-door sales. In 2018, it pulled out of its retail partnership with Home Depot before finally closing all Tesla stores in 2019 and directing potential customers to their online platform. Tesla has now announced that it will deliver the lowest residential solar installation prices in the industry, enabled by a 64 percent decrease in sales and marketing spend. The company made adjustments to its offering as of late July, but Tesla’s new pricing offer is still about 20 percent lower than the industry average established by Wood Mackenzie in a recent report . Wood Mackenzie has now released a new analysis focused on Tesla that shares three potential price scenarios, each with a different cost stack, in order to better understand the viability of Tesla’s strategy. WoodMac finds that although Tesla’s approach is likely a window into the future, it is not guaranteed to succeed — and that solar customers will take on some of the risk.
   Thinking about buying stock in Vivint Solar, Actinium Pharmaceuticals, Delta Air Lines, Sunesis Pharmaceuticals, or Novan Inc?  2020/07/27 14:45:00 PR Newswire
NEW YORK, July 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- InvestorsObserver issues critical PriceWatch Alerts for VSLR, ATNM, DAL, SNSS, and NOVN. To see how InvestorsObserver's proprietary scoring system rates these stocks, view the InvestorsObserver's PriceWatch Alert by selecting the corresponding link….
   Vivint Solar to Report Second Quarter 2020 Financial Results  2020/07/23 20:15:00 PR Newswire
LEHI, Utah, July 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Vivint Solar, Inc. (NYSE: VSLR) announced today that it plans to report financial results for the second quarter of 2020 after the U.S. financial markets close on Wednesday, August 5, 2020. The company will not be hosting a conference call this…
   Vivint Solar Reports Second Quarter 2020 Results  2020/08/05 20:05:00 PR Newswire
LEHI, Utah, Aug. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Vivint Solar, Inc. (NYSE: VSLR), today announced financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2020. Second Quarter 2020 Operating Highlights Key operating and development highlights include: MWs Installed of approximately 44 MWs for the…
   Sunnova Keeps Growing Despite Coronavirus Impacts in Q2  2020/07/30 20:40:00 Green Technology Media
Residential solar company Sunnova came out of a daunting Q2 in better financial shape than it’s ever been. Earlier in the year, the disruption of the coronavirus pandemic and public safety response prompted most leading solar companies to revoke their financial guidance for the year. Vivint Solar, SunPower, Sunrun and Tesla all did. But Sunnova did not, and it backed up its confidence with strong performance in the second quarter. Sunnova installed 6,166 rooftop systems in the quarter through its dealer network. At an average size of 7.8 kilowatts, that translates to about 48 megawatts. That installation count is down 9 percent from Q1, not nearly as bad as the quarterly declines analysts predicted for the residential sector as a whole. And Sunnova's installations up 54 percent from Q2 2019. That brings Sunnova's total customer base to 91,574, including leases, loans and power purchase agreements. Sunnova also grew its dealer network from 191 partners in Q1 to 227 partners in Q2, and raised its energy storage attachment rate to 34 percent, from 30 percent the previous quarter. “It’s awesome to see the performance by my folks and the dealers through this quarter,” CEO John Berger told Greentech Media in a Thursday interview. “I strongly suspected that we could perform very well, but even I was surprised by how well we performed in this very difficult period.” Sunnova's expectation for the year is to add 28,000 to 30,000 customers; the 12,936 already added means the company is on pace, given that installations typically increase in the latter half of the year.
   Questioning Tesla’s New Record-Low Residential Solar Pricing  2020/07/29 14:10:00 Green Technology Media
Since its acquisition of SolarCity in 2016, Tesla has systematically eliminated all active customer acquisition channels. In 2017 the company stopped door-to-door sales. In 2018, it pulled out of its retail partnership with Home Depot before finally closing all Tesla stores in 2019 and directing potential customers to their online platform. Tesla has now announced that it will deliver the lowest residential solar installation prices in the industry, enabled by a 64 percent decrease in sales and marketing spend. The company made adjustments to its offering as of late July, but Tesla’s new pricing offer is still about 20 percent lower than the industry average established by Wood Mackenzie in a recent report . Wood Mackenzie has now released a new analysis focused on Tesla that shares three potential price scenarios, each with a different cost stack, in order to better understand the viability of Tesla’s strategy. WoodMac finds that although Tesla’s approach is likely a window into the future, it is not guaranteed to succeed — and that solar customers will take on some of the risk.
   Thinking about buying stock in Vivint Solar, Actinium Pharmaceuticals, Delta Air Lines, Sunesis Pharmaceuticals, or Novan Inc?  2020/07/27 14:45:00 PR Newswire
NEW YORK, July 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- InvestorsObserver issues critical PriceWatch Alerts for VSLR, ATNM, DAL, SNSS, and NOVN. To see how InvestorsObserver's proprietary scoring system rates these stocks, view the InvestorsObserver's PriceWatch Alert by selecting the corresponding link….
   Vivint Solar to Report Second Quarter 2020 Financial Results  2020/07/23 20:15:00 PR Newswire
LEHI, Utah, July 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Vivint Solar, Inc. (NYSE: VSLR) announced today that it plans to report financial results for the second quarter of 2020 after the U.S. financial markets close on Wednesday, August 5, 2020. The company will not be hosting a conference call this…

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