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The Week in Green Energy: Solyndra Bankruptcy: An Opportunity to Change How We See Government Financing

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Obama Calls For Clean Energy Transition, For Specifics Read Between The Lines

Obama called for the country to wean itself from its “adiction to fosil fuels” but did not provide a road map on how to get there. It was pure Obama.

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In and around the green

Barack Obama’s $1.8bn vision of greener biofuel [Guardian] Deeya Nabs Another $30M for Energy Storage [Earth2Tech] NYPD Introduces Hybrids to Patrol Fleet [EcoGeek] Miracle Juice: Governors, Wellinghoff See Wind Power as Savior [WSJ: Environmental Capital] Rules to Limit Emissions in the Making of Ethanol [NYT - Energy & Environment] UC Berkeley to Cut Power by…

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In and around the green

Smart grid debate: Licensed vs. unlicensed wireless spectrum [Earth2Tech] Congress stops burning coal, should also install solar panels [EcoGeek] China explores putting a tax on Carbon [GreenBiz.com] Green energy tangled in web of shady deals [Financial Times] Dueling ads: Gore group v. conservatives on clean-energy fight [WSJ: Environmental Capital] Green jobs: Will clean-tech boom mean…

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Cap and trade in the next 100 days?

Did you know President Obama just completed his first hundred days in office? Oh, you�d heard. The more enterprising members of the press corps already churned out their predictions for the next 100 days and a cap-and- trade bill figures prominently in the agenda, especially now that Sen. Arlen Specter is at least a nominal…

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