Vivint Survives Its Brush With SunEdison and Beats Quarterly Megawatt Guidance

By [email protected] Residential solar specialist Vivint Solar beat its megawatt guidance, started offering loans and cash sales, and, importantly, showed some positive signs after its near-acquisition and near-death experience with now-bankrupt SunEdison.

This season’s earnings calls in the solar industry have been a bit strained — and stock prices have suffered. (See our coverage of SunPower, Enphase, First Solar and SolarEdge.)

Here are some highlights of Vivint Solar’s Q2 financial and operational results.

Vivint beat guidance with 61 megawatts deployed in the quarter, down 6 percent year-over-year

Revenue grew 116 percent year-over-year

Total blended cost per watt was $2.94, down from $3.34 in the

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