Can Solyndra's Breakthrough Solar Technology Outlive the Company's Demise?

Date: 23 September 2011
Source: http://www.truth-out.org
The politically charged investigation into Solyndra's collapse has overshadowed the fact that the fate of a groundbreaking technology hangs in the balance.

The politically charged investigation into the collapse of Solyndra, the California solar start-up that received millions of dollars in federal loan guarantees, has overshadowed the innovation underway at the firm's recently shuttered facility. Now, as Solyndra executives search for a buyer, the fate of their cutting-edge technology remains uncertain.

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Date: 23 September 2011
Source: http://www.truth-out.org

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