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March 7, 2023
Renewable energy platform Origis Energy has obtained a US$750 million credit facility for its solar and energy storage development project pipeline in the US. 
May 4, 2022
US developer Origis Energy has secured a loan that will help it progress with its pipeline of more than 20GW of solar, PV-plus-storage and standalone storage projects.
July 13, 2018
Apple is establishing a US$300 million fund with ten of its suppliers to deploy around 1GW of renewable energy capacity in the country.
April 25, 2018
Canada-based PV project developer and EPC Grasshopper Solar has secured a new round of project finance from Deutsche Bank to enable further PV power plant construction and ownership.
January 23, 2018
The Trump administration's 30% tariff on imports of solar cells and modules will result in modules cost increases of 9-10¢/W in year one, reducing to 3-4¢/W in year four, according to separate analyses by GTM Research and Deutsche Bank.
May 23, 2017
Reports surfaced on Monday of former managers at one of the largest US solar companies Sunrun claiming that they manipulated key sales data around the time of the company’s 2015 initial public offering (IPO).
November 14, 2016
New analysis from Deutsche Bank reveals that even if President-elect Trump follows through with all his anti-clean energy promises surrounding the Clean Power Plan, the Paris Agreement and the ITC, all is not lost for the US clean energy industry.
November 9, 2016
The Clean Power Plan has been killed by Republicans and is now pronounced dead, a group of finance experts have said, who also agree the ITC extension could be next.
September 20, 2016
The FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt) over the solar industry entering it second major overcapacity cycle is being replaced by a focus on how much overcapacity verses end market demand exists, especially in 2017 and therefore how low will PV module ASP’s go?
September 7, 2016
According to Deutsche Bank’s US market analyst Vishal Shah, strong PV manufacturing capacity expansion growth in the second half of 2016 and 2017 is expected to lead to a global 16% solar module oversupply through the period.

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