Upon first glance it reminds me of a renewable energy version of CPG. I remember looking at it 3 or 4 years ago. Not sure the reasons but I didn't even put in an order. I would say there are better stocks in this space.Valuation is very high. 16 times debt to cash flow. Barely profitable because of high depreciation of assets and high debt/interest payments. They have been growing by issuing more debt and taking on more projects. Book value is slowly decreasing and there is no tangible net book value. I'm not sure what the end state is, but they will need to keep issuing shares to keep this up eventually, and keep growing. At a 3% yield, there is not much upside in my opinion. With a high valuation and low interest rates, the game can continue for a long time, especially with investor interest in the space.