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Last $29.83 USD
Change Today +0.24 / 0.81%
Volume 7.6M
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13736 Riverport Drive

Maryland Heights, MO 63043

United States

Phone: 314-770-7300

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SunEdison, Inc. operates as a developer and seller of photovoltaic energy solutions, and an owner and operator of clean power generation assets. The company also engages in the development, manufacture, and sale of silicon wafers to the semiconductor industry worldwide. Segments The company operates through three segments: Solar Energy; TerraForm Power, Inc. (TerraForm); and Semiconductor Materials through SunEdison Semiconductor Ltd. (SSL). Solar Energy This segment provides solar energy services that integrate the design, installation, financing, monitoring, operations, and maintenance portions of the downstream solar market for the company’s customers. This segment also owns and operates solar power plants and manufactures polysilicon and silicon wafers and subcontracts the assembly of solar modules to support its downstream solar business, as well as for sale to external customers as market conditions dictate. As of December 31, 2014, the company interconnected approximately 974 solar power systems representing 2.35 gigawatts (GW) of solar energy generating capacity. It had 467 megawatts of projects under construction and 5.1 GW in pipeline. In support of the company’s downstream solar business, this segment manufactures polysilicon, silicon wafers, and solar modules. Additionally, this segment would sell solar modules to third parties in the event the opportunity aligns with its internal needs. The company’s business is focused on the installation of solar energy systems that are connected to the electricity grid. The company is developing and constructing solar power generation assets. These assets produce electricity that is sold to the energy consumer or utility generator. Through electricity generation by solar electric systems that the company operates and through the solar power services agreements in certain states in the U.S., including Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, California, Ohio, and Colorado, the company is credited with approximately one renewable energy credit for each 1,000 kilowatt-hour (or megawatt-hour) of electricity that the company produces. The company has a joint venture with Samsung Fine Chemicals Co. Ltd. for the construction and operation of a new facility in Ulsan, South Korea to produce polysilicon, including electronic grade polysilicon, which is expected to have an initial, annual production capacity of approximately 10,000 metric tons. The company has a supply and license agreement with SMP Ltd. under which the company licenses and sells to SMP Ltd. certain technology and related equipment used for producing polysilicon. Sales, Marketing, and Customers: The company markets its solar energy generation, monitoring, and maintenance services primarily through a direct sales force, and also through local or regional solar channel partners both domestically and internationally. The company’s U.S. solar energy customers fall into three categories, such as commercial customers, which principally include primary national retail chains and real estate property management firms; federal, state, and municipal governments; and utilities. The company’s international business operations have focused primarily in certain areas in Europe, Canada, Latin America, South Africa, and India; and it continues to diversify its business internationally. For 2014, the company’s growth was primarily in Canada, Chile, India, South Africa, and the United Kingdom. Competition: The company’s major competitors in the renewable energy services provider market include E.On; Enel; NextEra; NRG; SunPower Corporation; First Solar, Inc.; JUWI Solar Gmbh; and Solar City. TerraForm This segment owns and operates clean power generation assets, both developed by the Solar Energy segment and acquired through third party acquisitions, which sell electricity through long-term power purchase agreements to utility, commercial, and residential customers. This segment owns TerraForm Power, LLC, an owner of solar generation systems and long-term contractual arrangements to sell the electricity generated by such systems and the related green energy certificates and other environmental attrib

 

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