Tuesday, September 06, 2011

There goes another one.

"Camarillo, Calif. -- In what seems to be a rough few weeks for the solar industry, SolarWorld announced plans to shut down its Camarillo, Calif. manufacturing plant and several aging German lines.

This news comes after several unsettling announcements, including German-based Solon closing its manufacturing operations in the U.S and Solyndra and Evergreen Solar declaring bankruptcy in August."
Read more here.

When Solyndra closed up shop - there were all these Op'eds saying it wasn't indicative of the sector as a whole. These were isolated incidents. They just had bad management.

If by bad management, they meant unable to do math.

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