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Sol Systems Closes First Half of $100M Q3 Investment in North Carolina Solar

Three new North Carolina utility-scale solar farms have begun producing power, racking up another 18.2 MW, equal to taking about 2,400 passenger vehicles off the road for the year. A significant portion of the investment responsible for the projects was managed by Washington, D.C.–based solar investment and financing firm, Sol Systems.

“Tax structured investments have been critical to driving capital into the solar asset class,” commented Yuri Horwitz, CEO of Sol Systems. “North Carolina is an especially attractive market, and we will deploy tax equity into another 18 to 20 MW before the end of the year,” he added.

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