North American Infrastructure Partners, a recently launched infrastructure fund, this week purchased a majority stake in one of the top U.S. community solar developers, Clean Energy Collective. Colorado-based Clean Energy Collective said the strategic investment will allow it to more than double its development pace. The company is now targeting 260 megawatts of development over the next two years. Clean Energy Collective CEO Paul Spencer told Greentech Media the company installed 50 to 60 megawatts nationwide last year. “The only thing [the acquisition] changes is [it] basically provides more access to capital,” said Spencer.