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InDaily : June 1st 2011
PARTNERS ADELAIDE’S DAILY INDEPENDENT NEWS CLICK ON THE PAGE TO ZOOM WEDNESDAY 1ST JUNE 2011 $8M SOLAR CELL-OUT ‘It’s not about retribution. That is not what it is about.’ WorkCover SA boss Rob Thomson, reassuring the critics View page ‘So what about it, Isobel Redmond? Do you have the courage to make history’ Susan Mitchell’s rallying call to the Libs View page ‘The Salvos have a new range of business suits and aspiring female executives can get the bargain of a lifetime’ Nikki Seymour Smith, on her sea change from the corporate high-life View page The former Origin Solar plant at Regency Park ... “ The market in Australia just wasn’t big enough to support a full capacity facility” Tax-funded technology exits for US KEVIN NAUGHTON AN ADELAIDE solar energy company, which received $8 million in government grants to create “sustainable jobs”, has packed up and moved to the US. Origin Solar Pty Ltd, which had up to 62 employees, is dismantling its solar cell machinery inside its premises on Tikalara St, Regency Park, and relocating to the Idaho headquarters of Micron Technology Inc. The offshoot of Origin Energy received $2 million from the Structural Adjustment Fund, established in the wake of the closure of Mitsubishi’s Lonsdale plant to “support investment that will create sustainable new jobs in South Australia”. It also received a $1 million grant from the Australian Greenhouse Office... Read more Find us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter CONTACT INDAILY Click to email Responsibility for all comment is taken by the Editor, Des Ryan, Suite 4, Cinema Place, Adelaide. SA 5000. Sales Manager Online Producer Editor INSIDE TODAY Any insider information? HOME PAGE NEWS NATION | WORLD BUSINESS SPORT VIEWS REVIEWS TODAY’S JOBS ISPY PROPERTY WEATHER
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