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Energy Conversion to Fire 300 as Uni-Solar Auction Fails
Energy Conversion Devices Inc. (ENERQ:US), a U.S. solar manufacturer that filed for bankruptcy protection in February, will fire 300 employees because it didn't receive any acceptable bids for an auction of its United Solar Ovonic LLC unit.
Layoffs for Uni-Solar employees  WZZM
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Energy Conversion Devices terminates CEO Hawkins, Executive Vice President ...
Auburn Hills-based Energy Conversion Devices Inc. announced late Thursday afternoon that it had terminated President and CEO Julian Hawkins and Joseph Conroy, executive vice president of operations.
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Uni-Solar parent Energy Conversion Devices cancels bankruptcy auction, will ...
AUBURN HILLS, MI - Beleaguered solar panel maker Energy Conversion Devices is canceling a bankruptcy auction tomorrow for its Uni-Solar subsidiary, which operates two idled plants in Greenville.
150 in Greenville laid off as bankrupt Uni-Solar parent Energy Conversion ...
GREENVILLE, MI - Bankrupt Uni-Solar parent Energy Conversion Devices representatives confirmed Wednesday that half of the lay-offs the company announced Monday will hit workers on furlough in Greenville. The bankrupt solar panel maker announced ...
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His conviction applied to solar-panel maker Energy Conversion Devices Inc., which he kept a sell on all year before dropping coverage in October.
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Trony to Negotiate for Uni-Solar After Auction Scrapped
Trony Solar Holdings Co. (2468), a Chinese thin-film solar panel maker, is in talks to buy Energy Conversion Devices Inc. (ENERQ)'s United Solar Ovonic Corp.
ECD cancels USO auction after failing to secure bid  pv magazine
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US Solar Tariffs on Chinese Cells May Boost Prices
The lawmakers are pushing Obama to take a tougher stance with China, citing a $295 billion trade deficit. Solyndra is among U.S. solar companies that have failed since August, including SpectraWatt Inc., Evergreen Solar Inc. and Energy Conversion ...
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In Search of the Best (Energy) Ideas: A Q&A with ARPA?E's Arun Majumdar
The Advanced Research Projects Agency for Energy (ARPA�E) works on a three-year cycle: Funded projects have three years to prove worthy�or not.
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Massachusetts firm in $1.25b deal in China
A Massachusetts alternative energy start-up will announce Monday that it has finalized a $1.25 billion deal to build a plant in Western China to convert coal into synthetic natural gas, an agreement that underscores China's growing hunger for power and ...
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Mass. gets boost from shale boom
SUNBURY, Pa. - Clean Harbors Inc. senior vice president Scott Metzger pulled into the dirt lot of a once-abandoned factory yard here, past gleaming trucks painted with the Norwell, Mass.
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