Solyndra inventory ends up in UC Berkeley art exhibit

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Over 1,000 glass tubes at one time intended to be used in the manufacture of solar panels by Solyndra have found their way into “SOL Grotto,” an art exhibit at the University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley.

Solyndra, which received a $535 million loan guarantee from the Obama administration, filed for bankruptcy in September 2011. Auctioneers were brought in to sell off assets and inventory but were unable to move the glass tubes, which had little use outside of their intended destination.

@michellemalkin "Art" that costs us more that any Renoir or Picasso. Thank You Mr. President. #Solyndra #tcot

— Right Center (@TheRight_) August 20, 2012

Obama wasted $533 million on the Solyndra green energy boondoggle but Berkeley got an art project out of it http://t.co/zVEuFLxW #tcot #p2

— Cincinnatus Chili (@cincinchili) August 21, 2012

#tcot SOL Grotto: The Solyndra art exhibit – Down the tubes http://t.co/clZANns1

— Jolene Blalock (@jolene_blalock) August 20, 2012

Exhibit name: "Government Failure 101" RT @Lakecrazy: Solyndra Returns: Company's Glass Tubes Found in Art Exhibit http://t.co/jwFpbgs1

— Jersey Right (@JerseyRight) August 21, 2012

If you would like to see your tax dollars at work, admission is $10.

 

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