Solar Manufacturers Find a Home in the Glass City

Motivated investors, a robust research climate and the city's glass-manufacturing heritage are making Toledo a hot spot for solar startups.

Some executives might dread having their major investors drop by on a regular basis. For Bruce Larsen, though, it's one of the best parts of his job.

"I truly enjoy having my shareholders right here in town," says Larsen, who is CEO of the Toledo, Ohio-based solar startup Nextronex Inc. "And they just couldn't be more cooperative or supportive of our business."

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Date: 9 December 2011
Source: www.industryweek.com

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