Plextronics announces Series B, and chemical firms look for their day in the sun

Confirming what we heard from CEO Andy Hannah in the August 16, 2007 LRNJ, Plextronics announced last week that it had closed on $20.6 million in Series B financing. The investment includes $10 million in strategic funds from chemicals giant Solvay, with the balance funded by returning investors Fir...

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