DLL and Sunstone Partner to Accelerate Adoption of Renewable Energy in the U.S.

DLL is partnering with Sunstone Credit, a commercial solar loan platform that helps businesses switch to clean energy, to provide solar financing solutions that accelerate the adoption of renewable energy in the United States.

Through this partnership, Sunstone Credit will leverage DLL’s global reach to bring new financing solutions to the U.S. commercial solar market. The partnership will build on Sunstone Credit’s existing solutions.

“We are thrilled to partner with Sunstone Credit to fuel their growth as well as finance solar solutions for commercial and industrial customers of all sizes,” Dave Ingram, U.S. regional commercial manager, energy transition at DLL, said. “Aligning with DLL’s strategic goal ‘to be the transition partner for a better world,’ this partnership will provide Sunstone Credit access to credit facilities to enable them to serve an even broader network of customers and contractors across the U.S.”

DLL’s Energy Transition team in the U.S. will work with Sunstone Credit to fund solar projects sourced through Sunstone’s network of channel partners, which spans across all 50 states.

“We couldn’t be more excited to partner with a world-class organization who shares in our strategic vision and who sees the enormous opportunity in financing the energy transition. Through our partnership, Sunstone Credit and DLL will help commercial property owners, nonprofits and businesses of all sizes save money and contribute to decarbonization,” Scott Muckleroy, co-founder and senior vice president of finance at Sunstone Credit, said. “DLL’s unparalleled expertise in clean energy and equipment finance are enormous assets that will support our shared goal of building a better world through accessible clean energy financing.”

This partnership comes on the heels of Sunstone opening its co-headquarters in Baltimore to expand solar access in the Mid-Atlantic. The company also recently acquired ORKA Finance, a commercial solar lender, and joined a consortium of investors to buy Sunlight Financial, a residential solar financing company.

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