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sPower Secures $786 Million In Financing For 340 MW Of Solar Projects

The United States’ largest owner of utility-scale solar assets, sPower, has announced the completion of $786 million in financing which it will use to fund nine separate solar projects worth a total of just under 340 MW. The Salt Lake City-based independent power producer announced on Thursday that it had completed a tax equity investment [&hellip sPower Secures $786 Million In Financing For 340 MW Of Solar Projects was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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