Distributed solar—small-scale projects with sometimes unrated offtakers and varied contracts—has attracted specialty lenders such as Seminole Financial Services and Bridge Bank. But as the availability of utility power purchase agreements diminishes, larger banks like MUFG are beginning to look at portfolios of such assets too.

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