The SCF Difference
PPA & takeout financing has never been more accessible
The commercial & non-profit sectors have been vastly underserved; very few financing options, with investors focused on residential & utility scale solar. SCF’s answer: PPA & takeout solutions for 100kw+ commercial & non-profit projects, with both rated & unrated energy consumers.
Real-time indicative pricing and expedited transactions are provided via SCF’s cloud-based platform, the SCF Suite. SCF’s commitment to serve C&I has created viability for investment capital & reliability for origination partners.
With just 8 project variables, receive indicative pricing in real-time.
- Solve for PPA Rate
- Solve for Build Cost
- Solve for Lease Rates
- Try several iterations
- Identify economic viability instantly
As project parameters are input, documents & agreements can be auto populated, allowing for immediate download & use.
- Sales docs
- Term Sheets
- Diligence Checklist
A project checklist and existing file name architecture allow for an easy to use data room and an easy to manage project.
THE SCF DIFFERENCE
SCF’s approach to solar finance was simple: Determine a vastly underserved sector of the market, identify challenges to bankability, and dedicate ourselves to creating a solution. The sector was C&I, and the challenges were credit, transaction costs & lack of industry deal flow.
Through the SCF Suite, and a network of 200+ EPCs/Developers, SCF was able to solve these challenges and attract institutional capital to the C&I sector, thus allowing for a PPA & takeout solution.
Sustainability can now be financed, affordably, regardless of organization type & rating status, efficiently & reliably… Just how it should be.
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