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Could Bank Of America Be On The Verge Of Bailing Out SunEdison?

Court documents filed in the SunEdison bankruptcy case have shed light on a possible way out for the one-time darling of the clean energy world, with information suggesting Bank of America may step up to the plate to save the company. Earlier this week I reported on the current goings on between SunEdison, which filed [&hellip Could Bank Of America Be On The Verge Of Bailing Out SunEdison? was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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