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Third-party ownership taking hold in Australia

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Reprinted with permission from PV Magazine May 2014

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Third-party ownership taking hold in Australia

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PV magazine May 2014: Third-party ownership taking hold in Australia

Echoing the success of third-party ownership models in the U.S., there is evidence that new financing models in the Australian rooftop PV market will emerge. Even as state-based support schemes are wound back, the fundamentals for solar in Australia remain strong. Elena Bašic of DNV GL Renewables Advisory discusses the potential for third-party models in Australia, examining possible structures and experiences to date.

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Third-party ownership taking hold in Australia

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Reprinted with permission from PV Magazine, May 2014