A Saginaw company under fire for problems associated with its application for tax subsidies in Michigan says it will partner with a Colorado company on a solar module project, according to WJRT-TV 12 in Flint.

GlobalWatt has been the subject of controversy since a Mackinac Center investigation found problems with economic development information about the company both in Michigan and in Texas.

WJRT also reported that GlobalWatt has begun to hrie employees, but the company would not reveal how many.


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