If you’re an accredited investor, you likely have asked, “What is the best way to invest in solar?” The two most common ways to invest in solar are solar farms and solar stocks. How do you know which is right for you? This blog explains how you can make money by investing in solar farms […]
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If you are investigating investment options such as Shasta Power, you likely know that some opportunities are only available to accredited investors. What exactly is an accredited investor, and how do you become one? We’ll answer all your accreditation questions in this article. What is an accredited investor? Contrary to popular belief, an accredited investor
While the benefits of renewable energy development have never been more exciting and full of urgency, growth, and potential, we recognize that the journey toward a more clean and sustainable future has barriers for accredited investors like you. In this article we look at the issues that may be hindering your financial backing for renewable
Do you want to invest in companies that are conscious of their impact on environment, social, and governance issues? If so, you should look for ESG, SRI, and Impact investing portfolios. In this blog post, we’ll look at how they are different and what you should know about each one. What are the key differences
Solar investing has been gaining popularity in recent years, and it’s no wonder why. Solar energy is a clean, renewable source of energy that reduces greenhouse gas emissions and helps combat climate change. However, investing in solar projects can be complex and requires significant expertise. That’s where ChatGPT comes in. As a large language model trained
Max Roe one of the founders of Shasta Power sat down with Billy Fetzner from Green Business Impact to discuss how your investment dollars can go to work in clean energy. Read the full transcript of their interview below. This transcript was produced by Rev.com Billy: Are your investment dollars actually going to a good
Solar funds like our Summit Power Fund have several performance advantages over their publicly traded counterparts, particularly for accredited investors.