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Solyndra Bankrupt

Solyndra Bankruptcy Plan Approved, Even Though The Government Says It's Not All That Great

Reuters | Posted 10.22.2012 | Business

(Reuters) - Solyndra, the failed solar panel maker, received court approval on Monday for its plan to repay creditors after a bankruptcy judge overrul...

Subsidies for Renewable Energy: American as Apple Pie

Benjamin Healey | Posted 02.14.2012 | Green
Benjamin Healey

It is a simple and straightforward falsehood when established energy industries or special interests describe renewables as sops for federal money. Rather, the renewables industry is getting relatively less government help, not more, than traditional competitors.

Why the Solyndra Solar Bankruptcy Scandal Is a Big Deal, but Not the Big Deal Republicans are Making of It

Andy Wilson | Posted 11.13.2011 | Green
Andy Wilson

Solyndra had its offices raided last week by federal agents. Some critics have cried foul; others have tried to disparage solar energy itself. These allegations couldn't be further from the truth.

Solyndra Was Lame and Failed, But That's Not the End of Solar

Dave Llorens | Posted 11.02.2011 | San Francisco
Dave Llorens

Solyndra overestimated their market and their ability to deliver, and now they're going under. But guess what? This happens every single day to Silicon Valley venture capital firms.

Solyndra's Failure Is No Reason to Abandon Federal Energy Innovation Policy

Devon Swezey | Posted 11.02.2011 | Green
Devon Swezey

With perfect hindsight, it's all too easy to see why Solyndra proved to be a bad bet.

Tom Zeller Jr.

California Solar Company Touted As Model Of Green Economy Will File For Bankruptcy Protection | Tom Zeller Jr. | Posted 10.31.2011 | Green

Solyndra, a solar technology firm in California that the Obama administration once touted as an exemplar of an emerging green economy, said Wednesday...