First Solar says Californian plant will miss $1.9bn loan deadline

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World's largest thin film producer in "advanced talks" over sale and financing of 500MW Topaz Solar Farm

First Solar will miss the deadline to receive a $1.9bn (£1.2bn) loan guarantee for a 500MW solar development being built in California. The company's Topaz Solar Farm in San Luis Obispo county was awarded...

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