Loan guarantee lights BrightSource's way

April 2010
Sustainable Industries;Apr2010, Issue 86, p41
This section offers news briefs related to energy industries in the U.S. as of April 2010. A loan guarantee was received by BrightSource Energy for the construction of a solar plant in California. The solar photovoltaic power plants of First Solar Inc. have been acquired by Southern Co. Inc. and Turner Renewable Energy. SunPower Corp. bought SunRay Renewable Energy in February.


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