Another Solar Company Can't Take The Heat, Closes Despite $10 Million In Stimulus


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A Pittsburgh, Pa. solar energy company has shut its doors four years after receiving nearly $10.2 million in tax credits from the Obama Administration as part of the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act.
Flabeg Solar U.S. Corp., a $30 million solar plant located near the Pittsburgh International Airport, opened its doors in 2009 and was said to provide 300 jobs. Now, just four years later, the plant has shut down and laid off more than 60 workers. In addition to this, 10 of its former employees have petitioned a federal judge for severance pay after they lost their jobs last month, according to PA Independent.

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Another success story for Obama. Obama’s track record for programs he has implemented is not tarnished. His successes are legend, He throws money away freely.


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In addition to this, 10 of its former employees have petitioned a federal judge for severance pay after they lost their jobs last month, according to PA Independent.

Verrrrry interrrrrestinggggg! Former Solyndra employees won a similar lawsuit, and such a lawsuit is in the works for the bankrupt Fisker. I sense a pattern. Not saying it’s a right or wrong pattern, just saying it’s a pattern. I wonder if severance lawsuits are going to become a mini-industry in the legal community.