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Topic - Suvi Sharma
Solar panel maker Solaria had tens of millions of dollars in private equity lined up in 2011 to finance an overseas expansion, but opted instead to go with an independent federal agency that offered good terms and seemed eager to provide funding.
"While we share a similar location as Solyndra, we're very different in terms of technology and how we run the company," Mr. Sharma said. "We've been more frugal and under the radar."
But Mr. Sharma said the company has had to lay off employees, though he declined to say how many.