The Petaluma-based maker of solar-energy microinverters and battery storage said it intends to use proceeds for purposes such as repaying debt, raising working capital, and completing potential acquisitions and strategic transactions.
Bike-totable bedrooms for the homeless. Space-age foundries for 3D-printer metals. Natural-fiber luxury textiles. They are among the edible, wearable and durable products made by this year's North Bay Business Journal honorees.
"How do you manage two Golden Gate Bridges' worth of debris?" asks a recycler working with a small mountain north of Santa Rosa that received part of the 775,000 tons of concrete, cars and metal from the Sonoma County wildfires in October.
Gowan’s Heirloom Ciders is among a handful of California’s all-estate growers, meaning all fruit is grown, produced and bottled on-site. The beverage "literally goes from our trees to a bottle to you."