Solar Diligence Report Guide

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What is the “Solar Diligence Report Guide?”

The Solar Diligence Report Guide helps our partners close investments with us efficiently. It explains the critical third-party reports you will need. Plus, we recommend quality firms that provide each type of report. The reports covered are summarized below.

Title Commitment & Title Guidelines

Title Commitments are a required document to secure almost all loans for solar projects. Find out what Title Commitments are, what SolRiver expects from developers for Title Commitments, and more on our Title Commitment Developer Guide page.

To learn more about our Title Guidelines, see our Title Guidelines page.

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UCC Search

UCC Searches are a necessary component of funding a solar project. Find out what a UCC Search is, what SolRiver expects from developers for a UCC Search, and more on our UCC Search Developer Guide page.

FAA Glare Analysis

FAA Glare Analysis is necessary for avoiding any regulatory issues with the FAA. Find out what a FAA Glare Analysis is, what SolRiver expects from developers for a FAA Glare Analysis, and more on our FAA Glare Analysis Developer Guide page.

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Geotech/Pull-Test Report

Geotech/Pull-Test Reports are necessary for avoiding any underground construction surprises. Find out what a Geotech/Pull-Test Report is, what SolRiver expects from developers for a Geotech/Pull-Test Report, and more on our Geotech/Pull-Test Report Developer Guide page.

Site Plans

Site Plans are critical to the success of a solar project. Find out what a Site Plan is, what SolRiver expects from EPC firms for full site plans, and more on our Site Plans Developer Guide page.

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Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (“SWPPP”)

A SWPPP is a required component of many construction permits. Find out what a SWPPP is, what SolRiver expects from developers for a SWPPP, and more on our Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (“SWPPP”) Developer Guide page.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (“ESA”)

Phase I ESA’s are critical in identifying potential environmental hazards at the beginning of the diligence process. Find out what a Phase I ESA is, what SolRiver expects from developers for a Phase I ESA, and more on our Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (“ESA”) Developer Guide page.

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Wetland Delineation Report

Wetland Delineation Reports are helpful in reducing construction delays and are an important report for NEPA Reviews. Find out what a Wetland Delineation Report is, what SolRiver expects from developers for a Wetland Delineation Report, and more on our Wetland Delineation Report Developer Guide page.

Cultural Resource Assessment

Cultural Resource Assessments are helpful in reducing construction delays and are an important report for NEPA Reviews. Find out what a Cultural Resource Assessment is, what SolRiver expects from developers for a Cultural Resource Assessment, and more on our Cultural Resource Assessment Developer Guide page.

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Threatened and Endangered Species Determination

Threatened and Endangered Species Determinations are helpful in reducing construction delays and are an important report for NEPA Reviews. Find out what a Threatened and Endangered Species Determination is, what SolRiver expects from developers for a Threatened and Endangered Species Determination, and more on our Threatened and Endangered Species Determination Developer Guide page.

Let’s Discuss Your Project

We’re ready to look at your project. To get in touch with us, pick the option below that’s easiest for you.

Send Email

You can always email us about your project. Just include some basic information like system size, location, and offtaker.

Submit via Form

You can also use our online project intake form. Answer a handful of questions about the project and our team will be notified immediately.

Use Excel Sheet

Alternatively, we can provide you a short Excel worksheet with our project inputs. Simply email the file back to us with your information and we’ll be sure to review it.