Author: Kacie Peters
The promise of consolidated billing stands to enhance community solar by reducing the friction experienced by subscribers and provide asset owners with the infrastructure to produce stable cash flows. Consolidated billing on its own does not offer a sophisticated management strategy that would optimize the cash flowing through that infrastructure. In fact, it does not address all the baseline functions required to manage these types of assets. As we stand at the beginning of implementing utility consolidated billing, asset owners have the opportunity to influence the development of infrastructure that could scale community solar more quickly. Collaborating with experienced community solar management providers is their best opportunity to do so. The full blog is located on SunCentral’s website.
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