Loss of investor confidence has shaken the stocks for renewable energy companies; this is especially apparent with yieldcos, a type of financing vehicle for the industry.

Only a few months ago, it seemed that the renewable energy sector could do little wrong: Stock prices were soaring and money was pouring in as investors flocked to get in on the action.

SunEdison, which built the 24-megawatt Cascade solar plant in California, said it would trim expenses and streamline operations, which would include cutting its work force about 15 percent.

Source: Renewable Energy Financing Hits a Snag

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