In the news: Students’ Solyndra case study cited by Washington Post

A 2012 bankruptcy case study of solar technology company Solyndra created by University of Tennessee College of Law students was recently cited by the Washington Post.
August 28, 2015 1:58 pm

A 2012 bankruptcy case study of solar technology company Solyndra created by UT Law students was recently cited by The Washington Post.

The article, which covers the findings of a newly released federal investigative report, features the students’ conclusion that Solyndra’s legacy should serve as a cautionary tale.

“Solyndra started out as green tech’s poster child, showing how government and green entrepreneurs could team up to create clean energy, blue collared jobs, and a healthy new industry,” reads the study. “Instead, Solyndra will likely be remembered as a cautionary tale of how taxpayer dollars were wasted when the government made financial investments based on political considerations.”

Read the full story at the Washington Post.

Read the original case study at the Tennessee Research and Creative Exchange (TRACE).