An anonymous reader writes: Having exceeded their goal of $300,000 and raised over $440,000 for a crowd-funded solar farm (http://www.gocloudsolar.com/news/), CloudSolar is locked in a legal battle with crowdfunding site Indegogo. The CloudSolar page on Indegogo has been taken down (https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/cloudsolar-own-solar-panels-no-roof-required--4), without explanation. In dueling emails to contributors, Indegogo cites unspecified violations of its terms-of-use, while CloudSolar insists that Indegogo thoroughly reviewed and approved their project and is now changing the rules retroactively. Apparently, the two sides are still negotiating but meanwhile CloudSolar has sued Indegogo, which remains in possession of the funds. CloudSolar had garnered extensive press coverage for their innovative financing model, wherein crowd funders would retain legal ownership of individual solar panels on the farm and receive periodic payments from the sale of the power they generate http://www.bostonglobe.com/bus.... Some “Apollo”-level funders put up $9000 each for a group of 15 panels, which is now in limbo.