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Abound Solar

abound.com

Founded Year

2007

Stage

Dead | Dead

Total Raised

$614.4M

About Abound Solar

Abound Solar is a manufacturer of next-generation, cadmium telluride thin-film photovoltaic modules. Built upon 15 years of development at Colorado State University and with support from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Abound Solar is producing solar modules that reduce the cost of generating solar electricity using a commercial-scale, continuous manufacturing process.

Headquarters Location

2695 Rocky Mountain Avenue Ste 100

Loveland, Colorado, 80538,

United States

970-619-5370

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Abound Solar Patents

Abound Solar has filed 1 patent.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

7/27/2007

11/12/2013

Semiconductor device fabrication, Capacitors, Semiconductor technology, Metallurgy, Microtechnology

Grant

Application Date

7/27/2007

Grant Date

11/12/2013

Title

Related Topics

Semiconductor device fabrication, Capacitors, Semiconductor technology, Metallurgy, Microtechnology

Status

Grant

Latest Abound Solar News

United Power acquires former home of bankrupt Abound Solar

May 2, 2017

Print LONGMONT — Brighton-based United Power Inc., has acquired the former home of Abound Solar Inc. in east Longmont for $8.8 million, according to public records. 9586 LLC, an entity registered to Boulder-based real estate firm W.W. Reynolds Cos., sold the 130,117-square-foot facility at 9586 E. I-25 Frontage Road just south of Colorado Highway 119 in Weld County. The building has been vacant while an effort to remove hazardous waste left behind by Abound was tied up in insurance claims court. Abound Solar went bankrupt in 2012 after receiving stimulus money from the federal government. The Abound Solar bankruptcy trustee and the solar-panel manufacturer’s insurer, Chubb Group of Insurance Cos., agreed in January 2014 that Chubb should pay $2.2 million to Abound Solar’s bankruptcy estate to settle an insurance claim for a cleanup of the building. Officials at W.W. Reynolds on Tuesday did not respond to a request for comment on the result of the insurance-claim settlement, but remediation work on the building was completed prior to the building sale. United Power’s chief executive, Darryl Shriver, said the cooperative hired an outside party that verified the building was free of hazardous material before a deal was struck. Shriver said the purchase of the building helps the cooperative meet some of its strategic goals. “As the territory becomes more populated, our ability to respond quickly and efficiently to our members is vital. This west office will allow us to dispatch trucks and personnel to the west and north sides of our territory quickly without the substantial drive time from the headquarters in Brighton,” Shriver said. The new facility will help the cooperative free up space at its headquarters in Brighton to have more room for training and storage. Plans are also in place to lease part of the west facility back to United Power’s primary contractor, Ward Electric. Ward Electric recently added United Power logos to its trucks to help members quickly identify cooperative contractors in the field. United Power is also in negotiations to acquire an adjacent plot of undeveloped land. The additional property would allow for the addition of on-site material storage and expanded parking.

Abound Solar Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Abound Solar founded?

    Abound Solar was founded in 2007.

  • Where is Abound Solar's headquarters?

    Abound Solar's headquarters is located at 2695 Rocky Mountain Avenue, Loveland.

  • What is Abound Solar's latest funding round?

    Abound Solar's latest funding round is Dead.

  • How much did Abound Solar raise?

    Abound Solar raised a total of $614.4M.

  • Who are the investors of Abound Solar?

    Investors of Abound Solar include Invus Group, Bohemian Companies, DCM Ventures, Technology Partners, U.S. Department of Defense and 6 more.

  • Who are Abound Solar's competitors?

    Competitors of Abound Solar include Alion Energy.

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Alion Energy

Alion is developing solutions for utility-scale photovoltaic (solar) power plants. The company was formerly known as SunPrint. It is using acoustic printing to pattern cadmium telluride on a substrate.

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