Solar funding roundup: New SunShot awards, Soitec nets $25 million from DOE, Nanosolar raises $70 million

June has seen quite a bit of spending in the U.S. solar industry – the Department of Energy (DOE) announced new award recipients for soft cost reduction and concentrated solar power (CSP) under its SunShot program; French CPV manufacturer Soitec – which acquired 80% of Concentrix in 2009 – was separ...

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