CBD Energy Limited (NASDAQ: CBDE) validates the assertions of Goldman Sachs’ analyst Brian Lee that the U.S. residential solar sector will see dramatic growth over the next two years, as reported in the financial press on June 17. CBD Energy Limited is a diversified clean energy company and leading provider of residential and commercial/utility-scale solar installations worldwide.
“a transformative shift that is both early and potentially highly value-accretive for companies involved in the downstream segment.”
“During the several weeks leading up to our recent equity offering and uplisting to NASDAQ on June 13, 2014, our management team has been intensively meeting with institutional investors and thought leaders in the solar industry. We found optimism about the prospects for residential solar adoption in the U.S. to be high and Mr. Lee’s estimates for the growth in U.S. solar installations consistent with the views other industry followers shared with us,” said CBD Managing Director Gerry McGowan.
In articles about the Goldman research, estimates of compound annual growth for U.S. rooftop solar installation volume through 2016 were reported to top 40%. Mr. Lee was quoted as stating that the U.S. residential solar is “one of the more compelling growth verticals globally in the solar sector” and that it is in the midst of “a transformative shift that is both early and potentially highly value-accretive for companies involved in the downstream segment.”
“In light of Mr. Lee’s robust forecast for growth in solar in the U.S. residential and commercial markets, CBD has clearly entered the U.S. market at an auspicious time. Having successfully completed more than 17,000 residential installations in Australia, CBD recently began exclusively offering residential solar installations in the U.S. under the widely recognized Westinghouse® Solar brand. Our systems include a 20-year warranty and are offered with innovative financing to deliver exceptional value and security to our customers over the long term,” Mr. McGowan concluded.
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