NM: Solar company that got $130M goes belly-up
By Rob Nikolewski | Capitol Report NM
It’s not on the scale of Solyndra, but a solar company in New Mexico that received $130 million in incentives four years ago announced on Thursday that it is shutting down, leaving more than 200 employees at its Albuquerque flagship without jobs.
Schott Solar moved from Massachusetts to New Mexico, constructing a 200,00 square-foot plant as part of a much-heralded green energy investment packages under then-Gov. Bill Richardson.
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