We've already seen it in the groundmount market; as new deployment hits a slowdown (for reasons that have been well-documented and discussed), the focus shifts to a very active secondary market, where investors and asset managers are attracted to proven installations with a regulated return via index-linked subsidy backing.  

Activity has been picking up in the rooftop sector, with investors moving in on large portfolios of rooftop assets, as the original funders (some of which were EIS funds) look to exit or recycle their capital exposure. 

This is encouraging. Conventional wisdom would have it that buying large-scale groundmount assets reduced the due diligence and transaction costs; but with increased scale of rooftop portfolios and consolidation of O&M providers, the routes for getting clear performance data to assess such a purchase are increasingly simple. 

Foot Anstey's Energy Team have portfolios looking for funding, and investors looking for opportunities. Do get in touch.