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Sunedison

  • By: Patrick Flanagan
  • In: Green Business: An A-to-Z Guide
  • Edited by: Nevin Cohen & Paul Robbins
  • Subject:Sustainability, Environmental Policy & Law (general)

SunEdison is a leading global solar energy service provider to commercial, government, and utility customers. Since its founding in 2003, SunEdison has engaged in photovoltaic solar projects for states, businesses, and private customers, exceeding business volume of competitors. In April 2009, it marked a milestone in solar energy history by delivering more than 100 gigawatt-hours of electricity from photovoltaics, which essentially can offer electricity to 13,700 residents on an annual basis. SunEdison offers customers the opportunity to purchase solar energy produced by SunEdison's solar equipment to complement the array of energy sources a customer may already enjoy. There are no capital outlays; SunEdison's pricing is competitive. Customers pay only for the energy produced by SunEdison's power plants. If SunEdison does not deliver, customers do not ...

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