Watt It Takes: The Origin Story of Wunder Capital

This week on Watt It Takes: Wunder Capital CEO Bryan Birsic on
why he wants to solve the commercial solar financing challenge,
when so many others couldn’t.

“That is what a startup is to me. It’s 50 or 100 people who can
move a multi-billion-dollar industry in a way that an incumbent
with thousands of people and multitudes of resources cannot,” says
Birsic.

Since its launch in 2014, Wunder has exploded onto the solar
scene. In this episode, Powerhouse CEO Emily Kirsch talks with
Birsic about applying the lessons from fintech to cleantech.

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Source: FS – GreenTech Media
Watt It Takes: The Origin Story of Wunder Capital