The largest provider of commercial energy storage in the US announced $20 million in non-recourse project finance
debt plus a $30 million accordion from Ares Capital Corporation. The financing will be used to fund Green Charge’s rapidly
growing Power Efficiency Agreement portfolio that includes equipment, construction, operations and maintenance of behind-the-meter
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