Bloom Energy: Too big to fail?

Bloom Energy raised an additional $130 million in a continuation of a series G funding round that closed in 2011. This brings Bloom's total private funding to over $1 billion. Credit Suisse provided $30 million, while an unnamed investor added an additional $100 million. No additional existing in...

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