conventional vehicles, energy from waste products and energy efficiency improvements. Despite the high-profile collapse of Solyndra , the Obama administration believes most of its energy investments have done well, and it credits the program with strengthening
billion. That’s a far better return that the government received from its investment in now-defunct solar company Solyndra , which didn’t even need a bailout when it took government funding. And what about the more than $800 billion in
stocks. First Solar makes solar panels. Back in 2010 a whole bunch of other U.S. companies, like the ill-fated Solyndra , made solar panels. These stocks were very hot for a while. Then China entered the market, in a very big way, and
solar panel production has affected markets elsewhere, including the U.S. (where it was a factor in the celebrated Solyndra collapse) and Europe. But in one sense, the Fukushima meltdown inadvertently led to a possible opening for locating renewables
WILMINGTON, Delaware (Reuters) - Solyndra , the solar panel maker that failed despite a $528 million federal loan, on Monday won court approval for its plan to repay creditors
WILMINGTON, Del., Oct 22 (Reuters) - Solyndra , the solar panel maker that failed despite a $528 million federal loan, on Monday won court approval for its plan to repay creditors and end its...
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into the secondary stock offering for Tesla and that the Solyndra on Wheels raised $193M. Tesla's stakeholders should be concerned that the same two entities that backed Solyndra ( Goldman Sachs and the U.S. Department Complete Story
Aug 29 (Reuters) - The U.S. Trustee became the latest government agency to criticize Solyndra LLC's plan to repay its debts, saying the bankrupt solar panel maker should disclose whether it is...
has not taken off to the same extent with significant manufacturing cost disadvantages in the U.S. highlighted by the Solyndra bankruptcy. With the financial crisis lingering in Europe, government subsidies are being reduced in Germany and Spain