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SunEdison, Inc. is a global renewable energy company headquartered in the U.S. In addition to developing, building, owning, and operating solar power plants and wind energy plants, it also manufactures high purity polysilicon,

It acquired the California-based solar tech  company Solaicx in mid 2010. The acquisition included Solaicx's  high-volume proprietary "continuous crystal growth" manufacturing technology,  which produces low-cost monocrystalline silicon ingots for high-efficiency solar cells.

IIn 2011 MEMC also extended its solar-energy business. In June 2011, it acquired another North American solar-power project developer, Axio Power. Axio Power,  founded in 2007, developed, financed, and constructed large-scale solar projects,  and had more than 500 MW of utility-scale photovoltaic power projects in Canada and the western U.S. I

In May 2014, SunEdison formally separated its electronics-wafer business from its solar-wafer and solar-energy business. SunEdison Semiconductor, Ltd. spun off in an IPO on the NASDAQ under the ticker "SEMI", with SunEdison Inc. maintaining a majority stake as the largest shareholder.


In July 2014, SunEdison created a yieldco subsidiary, called TerraForm Power, Inc., with SunEdison, Inc. maintaining a majority stake as the largest shareholder. TerraForm began publicly trading in an IPO under the ticker "TERP".

SunEdison launched a second yieldco subsidiary, TerraForm Global, in 2015, to manage renewable-energy projects in emerging markets like Brazil, China, and India. This second yieldco trades on the NASDAQ under the ticker "GLBL"

In November 2014, with its subsidiary TerraForm Power, SunEdison purchased First Wind, one of the largest wind power developers in the United States, for $2.4 billion. The acquisition added wind energy to SunEdison's capacity, and made it the leading renewable energy development company in the world.


Headquartered in Boston, First Wind develops or operates renewable energy projects in Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, New York, Utah, Idaho, Washington and Hawaii with a combined capacity of nearly 1,300 megawatts.

In February 2015, as part of the merger integration, First Wind CEO Paul Gaynor, who led the company since 2004, was appointed EVP Of North America Utility And Global Wind at SunEdison

 




 


                         


                                          
 


     
                              
 
  
 
 






 
 



 
                 


 


      
 


          
     

 

 
 



 


 




 


 




 

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#6157  Sticky Note This board is for discussing SUNE. k9narc 02/02/16 10:19:48 AM
#35896   Forever Long….are you still in SUNEQ? It girlfriend 09/20/17 01:20:30 PM
#35895   Yup. capitalismforever 09/18/17 05:42:35 PM
#35894   Free market capitalism is the best path to prosperity Doubledown75 09/18/17 05:41:59 PM
#35893   No. The answer is stupidity. The SEC will capitalismforever 09/18/17 03:18:24 PM
#35892   This year yes Last year Greek shipping made my year:) Doubledown75 09/18/17 08:51:41 AM
#35891   Actually no! I own just two stocks Fangster 09/17/17 10:32:45 PM
#35890   There are levels of crap - this is MasterBlastr 09/17/17 08:25:59 PM
#35889   Practically 99.9 % of all Penny Stocks are Emptyhead 09/17/17 08:23:27 PM
#35888   I think a better answer is disillusioned buyers. Fangster 09/17/17 07:57:49 PM
#35887   Sure you do. It's in your name:) Why is Doubledown75 09/17/17 05:32:33 PM
#35886   How is tthis trading at .02s last i motorcityAce 09/13/17 09:55:42 PM
#35882   But yet everybody adores him, he was smart johnydollar 09/11/17 05:42:03 PM
#35878   I guess that's why they are getting sued johnydollar 09/11/17 05:24:50 PM
#35877   Yes. Lol. capitalismforever 09/11/17 05:23:19 PM
#35876   Is that the reason they filed for BK, johnydollar 09/11/17 05:22:39 PM
#35875   Apparently you still don't understand what consolidated financials capitalismforever 09/11/17 05:05:24 PM
#35874   "Unfortunately, you had to learn that the hard johnydollar 09/11/17 05:04:17 PM
#35873   Try the financial definition that is standardized by capitalismforever 09/11/17 04:50:04 PM
#35872   I have two definitions below which one do johnydollar 09/11/17 04:39:04 PM
#35871   Their last filing is CONSOLIDATED. Do you know capitalismforever 09/11/17 04:27:01 PM
#35870   It's on their last fillings, so i am johnydollar 09/11/17 04:03:33 PM
#35869   Have no idea what you're saying. capitalismforever 09/11/17 03:57:33 PM
#35868   Do we have capitalism now? Doubledown75 09/11/17 03:48:32 PM
#35867   It trades because there's a process a stock capitalismforever 09/11/17 03:04:07 PM
#35866   Why do you think they raised $24b? capitalismforever 09/11/17 03:02:48 PM
#35865   Why then, does SUNEQ still trade? Just kill it Doubledown75 09/11/17 01:24:40 PM
#35864   Whatever happened to 24bil they had raised 2 johnydollar 09/11/17 01:11:38 PM
#35863   So when the judge has determined SunEdison is capitalismforever 09/11/17 11:54:05 AM
#35862   Very good questions indeed. johnydollar 09/11/17 11:38:14 AM
#35861   Why? Because the the KKR lawsuit and its Lorcan458 09/11/17 09:20:51 AM
#35858   Why even bother asking? suneq commons will Fangster 09/08/17 08:55:39 PM
#35857   1. What percentage of yeildco shares (voting and capitalismforever 09/08/17 05:20:47 PM
#35856   Actually, a few questions would make this a Lorcan458 09/08/17 05:09:04 PM
#35855   Voting shares have nothing to do with physical capitalismforever 09/08/17 05:08:35 PM
#35854   What % of the voting shares were owned Lorcan458 09/08/17 05:01:24 PM
#35853   lets see what happens in next few weeks. mds3579 09/08/17 04:09:18 PM
#35852   Yeah, that's not what happened. The yieldcos weren't capitalismforever 09/08/17 04:05:02 PM
#35849   Step 1: Put huge money up front for Lorcan458 09/08/17 09:57:21 AM
#35848   They will be soon enough. capitalismforever 09/07/17 08:54:49 PM
#35846   Waiting for shares to get cancelled!! DRCJRE 09/07/17 05:29:12 PM
#35845   Dumping assets into a spin-off is the definition capitalismforever 09/07/17 05:20:34 PM
#35844   I know what a spin off it. Stop. DRCJRE 09/07/17 05:19:13 PM
#35843   I directly participated in the court case. It's capitalismforever 09/07/17 05:16:34 PM
#35842   Actually read all the filings. Been investing for DRCJRE 09/07/17 05:14:59 PM
#35841   TERP & GLBL were spin-offs. There's nothing fraudulent capitalismforever 09/07/17 01:28:42 PM
#35840   Get a cushy chair and keep rewinding that tape. johnydollar 09/07/17 01:16:22 PM
#35839   Some dip picketed hedge funds are fighting back johnydollar 09/07/17 01:14:52 PM
#35838   Shares will be cancelled no matter what. Bk DRCJRE 09/07/17 01:13:39 PM
#35837   They did fraud I know it as well DRCJRE 09/07/17 01:13:10 PM
#35836   No it didn't. If they had committed fraud, capitalismforever 09/07/17 01:11:24 PM
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