Small HCPV companies get funding, riding the coat tails of their larger brethren

Last week, two small high concentrating PV (HCPV) companies announced new funding to accelerate their commercial development. First, GreenVolts closed a $39 million financing round announced last December. The company declined to disclose any new investors, but it is likely that Oak Investment Partn...

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