Sunrun Inc (RUN.OQ)
23 Feb 2018
WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES U.S. President Donald Trump signed into law a steep tariff on imported solar panels on Tuesday, a move billed as a way to protect American jobs but which the solar industry said would lead to thousands of layoffs and raise consumer prices. | Video
WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES Jan 23 U.S. President Donald Trump signed into law a steep tariff on imported solar panels on Tuesday, a move billed as a way to protect American jobs but which the solar industry said would lead to thousands of layoffs and raise consumer prices.
* ENTERED INTO A PURCHASE AGREEMENT WITH SUNRUN, ONE OF TOP RESIDENTIAL SOLAR INSTALLERS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
* SUNRUN - RECEIVED AWARD UNDER ADVANCING COMMONWEALTH ENERGY STORAGE PROGRAM, RUN BY MASSACHUSETTS CLEAN ENERGY CENTER, DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY RESOURCES
Nov 8 U.S. residential solar installer Sunrun Inc on Wednesday said third-quarter deployments of solar energy systems topped its expectations as it increased market share, but it stuck to its forecast for the full year.
* Q3 revenue $141.3 million versus I/B/E/S view $146.6 million
* Sunrun Inc - on Oct. 20, subsidiary of co entered $244.5 million of senior secured credit facilities - SEC filing
(This Oct. 20 story in paragraph 12 corrects percentage solar panels contribute to residential system's total cost to 12.5 percent from 3 percent, changes sourcing)
Oct 20 U.S. home solar companies, believing President Donald Trump will soon slap tariffs on imported panels and make their systems more expensive, are using that threat to juice their slowing sales.