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Structured Approach Can help Solar Developers Fulfill Promise of Brownfields

Expert Bloomberg BNA authors identify some of the more significant obstacles to the development of a utility-scale solar project on a brownfield site, offers advice on dealing with those challenges, and provides strategies to help get those projects financed.

 

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By Peter Trimarchi

As large solar projects proliferate in the U.S., developers are increasingly looking to landfills and other brownfields as potential project sites. Despite their promise, however, brownfield sites involve a number of development challenges that must be addressed before a project becomes a reality, not the least of which is obtaining financing. This article identifies some of the more significant obstacles to the development of a utility-scale solar project on a brownfield site, offers advice on dealing with those challenges, and provides strategies to help get those projects financed.


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