GreenVolts crumbles and questions about the future of HCPV emerge from the rubble

The high concentrating PV (HCPV) company, GreenVolts, is officially selling its assets after its primary investor, ABB, pulled support from the startup. GreenVolts outsourced its manufacturing to contractors such as Foxconn, so assets up for sale with largely be intellectual property.

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