Solar News 7-23-12

Back to basics: GE suspends CdTe thin-film production plans – PV Tech

Why Our Innovators Traffic in Trifles – Wall Street Journal

Into Thin Air: The Disappearance of Dozens of Chinese Solar Companies – REW


Update: Centrotherm’s file for bankruptcy protection accepted by Ulm district court
– PV Tech


Assault On Solar? House Republicans Fire Off ‘No More Solyndras Act’
– Solar Industry Mag

LDK Solar Gets Portion of Debts Paid by China’s Xinyu Government – REW


China is star of the show: 92% surge in clean energy investments in Q2, 2012
– PV Tech

Where The $376 Million In Solar Venture-Capital Funding Went In Q2 – Solar Industry Mag

Intersolar’s missing CSP companies – noticeable by their absence – PV Tech

Renewable Energy Faces Financing Challenges with End of Federal 1603 Grant Program – REW

Q-Cells Insolvency Administrator Says Company Can Be Rescued – Solar Industry Mag

Kevin Smith: Energy loans are a success story, not a scandal – Tallahassee.com

Solar Cells for Windows Take Another Step Forward – Cleantechnica

Abound Solar Hearing: Politics, China And ‘Secret Emails’ Dominate Debate
– Solar Industry Mag

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