Goldman Sachs Bets Big on Solar
May 18th 2013 4:30PM
Updated May 19th 2013 7:45AM
Goldman Sachs is investing in a $500 million fund from SolarCity that will in help the company install 110 MW of solar. This is the latest in a growing trend of big banks betting on solar power. Erin Miller sat down with solar analyst Travis Hoium to see whether this is a big deal or business as usual.
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