Miasolé raises funds, but still looks like a risky bet due to uptime worries

This past week, multiple news sources reported that copper indium gallium diselenide (CIGS) solar module producer Miasolé is close to closing a $200 million to $220 million Series E, on a planned $150 million fund raise. The fact that the round was oversubscribed, and valued Miasolé at $1.2 billion,...

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