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White House to use executive orders to aid the solar industry

President Obama makes remarks during an Easter prayer breakfast in the East Room of the White House in Washington

‘The President is committed to continuing the momentum’

What's the Energy Dept. hiding?

President Obama nominated MIT scientist Ernest Moniz and Gina McCarthy as his picks to lead the Department of Energy and EPA, respectively. Getty Images.

Records request reveals that DOE is missing a slew of documents

Three solar firms file for bankruptcy in a week


Chinese competition blamed

GOP seeks to cut green energy spending in half


Lawmakers argue Solyndra, Abound Solar bad deal for taxpayers

Show me the Moniz: Senate panel advances Obama energy nominee - TheDCNF

Secretary of Energy nominee Ernest Moniz is sworn in before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee April 9, 2013 in Washington, DC. Moniz, a nuclear physicist, testified before a full committee hearing on his pending nomination. Win McNamee/Getty Images.
Republicans, Democrats praise Moniz

$500 million 'green jobs' program falls short of employment goals - TheDCNF


‘The impact of the Recovery Act Green Jobs training program has been limited in terms of reported employment outcomes’

New video details Obama administration connection to failed Abound Solar loan - TheDCNF


Emails show internal political pressure, concerns about market readiness

Emails suggest White House involvement in loan to bankrupt Abound Solar - TheDCNF


Abound Solar is currently under criminal investigation for securities fraud, consumer fraud, and financial misrepresentation

Energy Department protects trade secrets of bankrupt solar company - TheDCNF

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DOE is still looking out for Abound Solar, Colorado Watchdog reports

Congress, local authorities investigate Abound Solar - TheDCNF


Rep. Cory Gardner asks Energy Secretary Steven Chu for documents on taxpayer-funded solar company

Sources, documents suggest government-subsidized solar company was selling faulty product - TheDCNF


‘Our solar modules worked as long as you didn’t put them in the sun’

Bankrupt Colo. solar firm sticks taxpayers for $68 million, doomed by poor quality - TheDC

Solar Panels

Entire solar rooftop failed at headquarters of major Democratic donor