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Hawaii/California: Sopogy Goes into Liquidation after More than a Decade in Business

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on July 7, 2014
After the Hawaiian manufacturer of parabolic trough systems, Sopogy, has stopped operations, its assets are now being liquidated as well. According to Pacific Business News (PBN), an attorney based in Los Angeles is handling the insolvency proceedings. While the PBN news piece was published in April 2014, Sopogy’s main phone line had already been out of service when German agency solrico carried out its research for the World Map of Solar Process Heat Collector Industry in late 2013. In the meantime, the company´s website has also been taken offline.
 

Hawaii: Electricity through Sunshine and MicroCSP Technology

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on January 24, 2010

 1,000 parabolic trough collectors” A solar field for electricity production: The 1,000 parabolic trough collectors by Hawaiian manufacturer Sopogy, which stand in the hot Kona desert on the Big Island of Hawaii, equal the output of a 2 MW thermal power.
Photo: Sopogy/Keahole Solar Power

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