CIGS developer SoloPower joins the fray by raising $30 million

This week, California-based SoloPower, which is developing thin-film CIGS cells, raised a $30 million Series B round of financing from new investor Convexa Capital of Norway, as well as returning venture investors Crosslink Capital, Firsthand Capital Management, and individual investors. The company...

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