Wunder Capital's 2016 Year in Review

A Letter From Our CEO


Bryan Birsic
Bryan Birsic, CEO

As we approach the end of 2016, the Wunder team finds itself reflecting on the last year and the one ahead, as a team typically does. We have a lot to celebrate, more on that ahead, but most of our discussions have centered on those people that we could not have gotten here without. If more than one hundred installers and developers hadn’t seen Wunder’s promise and bet on a young company as a financing partner, and if the businesses you’ll read about in the following pages and many others had not chosen to partner with Wunder to finance their solar systems, we certainly would not be here today. However, since the start of our work in 2013, it has been clear that there is abundant financing demand and installer interest in building commercial solar. What has been lacking in this market is the capital, and it is our capital partners to whom we find ourselves toasting with particular vigor when celebrating Wunder’s growth over the past year. We simply could not tackle this problem without our venture capital investors, who injected $3.6mm into the company in Q1 to scale our team and operations, and our fund investors, whose numbers have more than tripled in the past year and range across states, professions, backgrounds, and motivations. So, we humbly offer this 2016 Year-In-Review as a “thank you” to our capital partners. To the venture capital investors backing our company, and to the fund investors providing the capital that is literally financing solar across the U.S., this is what your dollars have achieved...

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