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September Top 10 Players in Green Energy

Editor’s note: We’re back — and a little late — with our monthly top ten ranking! Tune back November 8th for our October ranking. 1: California Energy Commission September was a busy month at the California Energy Commission (CEC), which approved, according to G.E.R.’s own count, a record 2,351 megawatts of solar projects. With key…

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The Week In Green Energy: DOE Money Man Says “Adieu”

After nearly two years at the Department of Energy, Matt Rogers, the agency’s most influential bureaucrat, is leaving, having overseen one of the DOE’s most ambitious undertakings: the disbursement of billions of dollars to support the deployment of renewable energy infrastructure across the country. When Energy Secretary Steven Chu hired Rogers 19 months ago, he…

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The Alternative Agenda: BP’s well finally sealed, DoE’s Rogers to leave post

The Alternative Agenda: BP’s Macondo well is finally sealed; DoE’s Matt Rogers to leave; BNY Mellon gets into the carbon market business

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REFF: Green Wall Street Says Now Is Not The Time To Cut Government Spending

The question on the minds of many clean energy financiers and developers alike: What happens when the green stimulus programs end?

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Solyndra Cancels IPO, Opts to Raise $175M from Existing Investors

Solyndra has canceled its initial public offering �due to adverse market conditions,� it explained in a filing with the SEC.

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