SolarShield SPF Indemnity Program Set for launch October 15, 2010

Walsh Carter & Associates, the San Francisco based insurance brokerage firm, is launching the insurance program that will break the log-jam in solar financing and is certain to change the way that commercial solar installations are funded. Two years in development, the SolarShield SPF policy assure

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Walsh Carter & Associates Insurance Services, LLC
October 05, 2010

SolarShield SPF Indemnity Program Set for launch October 15, 2010


Walsh Carter & Associates, the San Francisco based insurance brokerage firm, is launching the insurance program that will break the log-jam in solar financing and is certain to change the way that commercial solar installations are funded. Two years in development, the SolarShield SPF policy assures direct financial indemnity to investors and banks that provide loans for solar energy projects.

The SolarShield SPF indemnity program offers protection in the event of a shortfall or total loss of production from a solar installation. This program answers the question nervous investors have been asking; "What if it just doesn't work?", or simply, "What happens if the sun stops shining?" Investors can now provide the vital project financing with the confidence that their revenue stream is fully insured.

Unlike conventional property or liability insurance, the SolarShield SPF policy does not need damage to property or loss of property to qualify for revenue or performance based incentives recovery. The policy simply requires a documented shortfall or loss of revenue to provide immediate coverage.

SolarShield SPF has been hailed by industry leaders as the "Holy Grail" of solar insurance.

For more information contact:
Walsh Carter and Associates "Total SPF" Program
(415) 217-6200 x 222
info@insurancespf.com
http://www.insurancespf.com
http://www.walshcarter.com

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