Distributed Solar Development debuts DSD Connect to provide tools, financing for C&I solar

DSD Connect

Distributed Solar Development (DSD), a commercial solar developer, operator, and asset owner, launched its own platform to provide resources and flexible third-party financing for EPCs and developers in the solar C&I and MUSH markets.

“Many solar developers have a strong understanding of local customers, market rules and conditions, but lack project financing and long-term ownership capabilities,” says Eric Pollock, Chief Commercial Officer at DSD. “As an experienced owner-operator with financial backing from BlackRock, DSD can help fill those voids by providing access to a competitive, easy-to-use, and transparent platform for both the financing and ongoing ownership of solar assets.”

Through DSD Connect, partners in DSD’s Developer Network gain access to real-time pricing, standardized documents, marketing materials, and other resources to win more deals, deliver best-in-class assets to their customers, and grow their business. DSD formally kicks off its Developer Network with an expanding group of partners in California, the Southwest, Midwest and Northeast, along with a growing portfolio of distributed projects for C&I and MUSH customers.

“We believe solar can change the world. As market demand for clean, local energy increases, we are continually looking for partners who share our values of transparency, honesty, and customer excellence to join us,” says Cameron Bard, Senior Director of DSD’s Developer Network. “We understand that by arming our partners with access to competitive capital and top-tier resources offered through DSD Connect, we can empower strong communities and build the future we need, together.”

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