Virus Adds Obstacles for Renewable Energy Projects: Q&A

First the coronavirus disrupted the renewable energy supply chain, hitting directly at the key manufacturing hub of Wuhan, China. Now it’s hitting the demand side as the widespread lockdown hampers the U.S. economy, where solar projects are nearing completion and facing deadlines to qualify for tax incentives.

That combination has made it a busy time at Leyline Renewable Capital, which provides development stage funding and guidance for renewable energy development. Leyline has been in the business since 2006 and participated in more than 170 renewable-energy projects.