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From: soooright (98.68.168.195)
Subject:         Hey, Mr. Obama. Where can I get a green job?
Date: May 1, 2012 at 12:54 pm PST

SunPower, after receiving $1.5 billion from DOE, is
reorganizing, cutting jobs.

First Solar, after receiving $1.46 billion from DOE, is
reorganizing, cutting jobs.

Solyndra, after receiving $535 million from DOE, filed for
bankruptcy protection.

Ener1, after receiving $118.5 million from DOE, filed for
bankruptcy protection.

Evergreen Solar, after receiving millions of dollars from the
state of Massachusetts, filed for bankruptcy protection.

SpectraWatt, backed by Intel and Goldman Sachs, filed for
bankruptcy protection.

Beacon Power, after receiving $43 million from DOE, filed for
bankruptcy protection.

Abound Solar, after receiving $400 million from DOE, filed for
bankruptcy protection.

Amonix, after receiving $5.9 million from DOE, filed for
bankruptcy protection.

Babcock & Brown (an Australian company), after receiving $178
million from DOE, filed for bankruptcy protection.

A123 Systems, after receiving $279 million from DOE, shipped
some bad batteries and is barely operating. It cut jobs.

Solar Trust for America, after receiving a $2.1-billion loan
guarantee from DOE, filed for bankruptcy protection.

Nevada Geothermal, after receiving $98.5 million from DOE,
warns of potential defaults in new SEC filings.

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