Solar Installer Real Goods Fills Paperwork for IPO

Solar installer Real Goods has dotted the i's and crossed the t's on the paperwork for an initial public offering (IPO). The company, which is now owned by Gaiam, had an estimated 2007 revenue of $32.7 million and profits of $490,000 (if you include revenue from two installers it acquired recently).

They want to raise money for further expansion, consolidation, and maybe other acquisitions. The NASDAQ ticker symbol will be "RSOL". ::Cnet News, ::Reuters, ::Best of TH: Sustainable Retailers, Part II

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