SunEdison: A Timeline of the Biggest Corporate Implosion in US Solar History

By [email protected] We are witnessing the end, or perhaps the remaking, of SunEdison, briefly the world’s largest renewables developer — and now the destroyer of $10 billion in market value.

We’ve seen epic failure at Suntech, Solyndra and the like — but this is in a different league.

In 2014, SunEdison jumped into deep YieldCo waters with TerraForm Power and TerraForm Global. The company made a series of large, questionable acquisitions in First Wind and Vivint, as well as a slew of lesser corporate additions.

SunEdison has not reached GAAP profitability in more than five years and lost almost $1 billion in the first three

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