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a shadow passed over many different projects around the world are great reportedly prepared to declare bankruptcy done anything which developed built owned and operated solar and wind farms with until recently the nation's fastest growing renewable energy firm but its aggressive expansion had left in the cash crunch and twelve billion dollars in debt it's shared plunged over ninety percent in the past year taking the want nearly ten billion dollar market cap to about a hundred and fifteen million Reuters reporter Nikolic room it was really their ambition to become the world's biggest renewable energy , any you know a lot of acquisition in a very short period of time arm they took on a lot of yet , large Comanche solar plant under way in Colorado a senator from bankruptcy would rank among the largest by accident now you involving a non financial company in a decade according to bankruptcy data dot com