SunEdison has gone through many phases as a company.
First, it was a pure-play solar developer that pioneered the power-purchase agreement. Then, it became vertically integrated after getting acquired by manufacturer MEMC. Now, with the development arm becoming the most important part of the company, SunEdison is expanding beyond PV and searching for other types of projects to feed its new YieldCo.
At our upcoming Solar Summit in Phoenix, GTM Research’s Senior VP Shayle Kann will sit down with Chatila to discuss where the company sees the greatest growth opportunities. Judging from the company’s recent acquisitions and expansion, it’s everywhere. (Shameless self promotion: make sure to sign up for the event, featuring the biggest names in solar, before rates go up.)
I recently had a chance to chat with Chatila. Here’s what he had to say about where the company is headed:
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