Setting the record straight on Solyndra

Nearly $1 billion in venture capital funding, a massive U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) loan guarantee, and a disruptive technology tabbed to translate United States clean technology innovation into economic growth have kept mentions of Solyndra alive in the business press and solar industry circles...

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