Bankruptcy

Level Solar employees sue over WARN Act violations

Employees of the now-defunct New York solar installer say the company terminated them without the 90 days notice required by New York law.

SunEdison emerges from bankruptcy as Brookfield closes on TerraForm Global

The long and tragic collapse of SunEdison has finally come to an end, and Brookfield now owns both of its former yeildcos.

ET Solar describes “reorganization” of its U.S. module sales business

The Chinese PV maker and developer has made a statement regarding the bankruptcy of U.S. subsidiary ET Solar Inc.

ET Solar Inc. files for bankruptcy

A U.S. module sales subsidiary of the Chinese PV module maker and developer has quietly filed for bankruptcy. Details are sparse, but the company’s U.S. project development and construction subsidiary has not been affected.

Phoenix Solar to file for insolvency in Germany

The construction contractor will start insolvency proceedings at the district court in Munich next week.

Level Solar files for Chapter 11

After bizarrely disappearing off the face of the Earth in September, dropping its website and laying off all its employees, the New York solar installer has filed bankruptcy amidst questions surrounding its former CEO.

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LONGi, Canadian Solar in talks with Suniva

Reports from the company’s bankruptcy filings indicate conversations with multiple companies that could potentially acquire the bankrupt cell and module maker.

Amid devastation, Tesla begins restoring power in Puerto Rico

Current estimates suggest 80% of Puerto Rico is still without power, but thanks to Elon Musk’s efforts at least one children’s hospital has been able to turn the lights on.

Thin film PV maker Stion to discontinue operations

The Mississippi-based CIGS manufacturer cites “intense” competition from imports.

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SUNation Solar Systems acquires Level Solar accounts

Almost exactly one month after Level Solar slipped the surly bonds of business and left the solar industry for good, SUNation Solar Systems has been approved by the former company’s board of directors to take over servicing those accounts.

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