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From DOE Loan Guarantee to Bankruptcy to FBI Raid: What Solyndra's Executives Knew

September 23, 2011

The Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations held a hearing on Friday, September 23, 2011, at 9:00 a.m. in room 2123 of the Rayburn House Office Building.  The hearing was entitled “From DOE Loan Guarantee to Bankruptcy to FBI Raid:  What Solyndra's Executives Knew.”  

*NOTE* This is a change from the originally scheduled time. The hearing will begin at 9:00 a.m.

Background Memo

Attachment A, June 23, 2011: "Exceeding Expectations: Solyndra Today," 

Attachment B, July 13, 2011: Letter addressed to Chairman Stearns and Ranking Member DeGette.

Attachment C: Email from Solyndra counsel pledging Solyndra CEO would voluntarily answer the committee's questions.

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Supplemental hearing memo - "Solyndra's Representations to Congress and the Committee's Investigation"

 

Attachment A – July email from Solyndra counsel to Committee investigators

Attachment B – Letter informing Committee that Solyndra CEO Brian Harrison will invoke Fifth Amendment and not provide testimony

Attachment C – Letter informing Committee that Solyndra CFO W.G. Stover will invoke Fifth Amendment and not provide testimony

Attachment D – Official Solyndra statement on Ovesight and Investigations Subcommittee hearing

Witness List

 

Brian Harrison
President and Chief Executive Officer
Solyndra, Inc.

W.G. Stover, Jr.
Sr. Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
Solyndra, Inc.

Opening statement from Oversight and Investiagtions Chairman Cliff Stearns

Opening statement from Energy and Commerce Chairman Fred Upton




U.S. Representative Fred Upton

U.S. Representative Joe L. Barton

Congressman Fred Upton has represented the commonsense values of southwest Michigan since 1987. In 2010, Fred was selected by his House colleagues to serve as Chairman of the Committee on Energy and Commerce. Read More»;