In grave trouble, Advent Solar cuts workforce

Advent Solar, a multi-crystalline silicon (mc-Si) solar module developer based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, cut its workforce last Friday to just 39 people, down from nearly 150 in early 2008. The cuts come following an earlier reduction in force in March 2008, which was intended to allow the company...

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