Milk the Sun's online solar marketplace goes utility-scale

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The global solar marketplace just got a lot more functional, thanks to the launch of a new private photovoltaic investment marketplace that caters to utility-scale projects.

Milk the Sun, the Berlin startup that built an online solar market platform accessible to anyone interested in developing or investing in solar PV projects, just announced their new "UtilityScaleNetwork", which will operate as a closed, private marketplace for the bigger players in solar.

"UtilityScaleNetwork is the closed online marketplace for large PV assets. Verified investors and sellers are matched on the basis of confidential and targeted investment profiles in order to realise PV investment transactions discretely and efficiently." - Milk the Sun

At the new marketplace, select investors and sellers can make connections and trade their solar assets discretely, allaying some of the privacy fears of solar financiers, operators, and owners.

"We have decided to expand our open online marketplace to include a closed trading area, because through achievements in capital placement and the increasingly international scope of our seller's and investors, we are now being called upon to market larger PV assets, where discretion is a key concern. After a certain sum, both capital and asset providers become shy and prefer the privacy of a closed marketplace. Our new platform is a reaction to the requests of large investors, and our services area will also include optimizations for privacy. Along with our professional and discreet handling of large investment opportunities, industry players on Milk the Sun especially appreciate the market intelligence and liquidity this platform provides." - Philipp von Seherr-Thoss, COO and manager of UtilityScaleNetwork

Learn more about the new PV marketplace at UtilityScaleNetwork.

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