But that is true of any company. However they have been few and far between recently and we haven't heard of anything of significance in a long while. I have even lost hope that they got picked as Sunpower's Carrizo plain solar farm project inverter supplier. And even if they get contracts they need to make money on them, not sell them at a loss. Things don't look good, at least for the next year or more. Still hoping solar turns around after that. Germany going hugely to solar, China, Japan, even the US, will hopefully make things better over the long term. Oil is only going to move up over time and it is going to run out someday whenever that may be. The sun is going to shine for eons. And the sun doesn't pollute.
You are a solar exec about to set up a large pv farm and you are even going to consider a company that is on the edge of CH11. I doubt it. AEIS, PWER, SI are stronger financially and will be win these large projects. Any tech edge satc has will be trumped by the ability to exist in 2 years.