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SunRun Raises $55M in Series C Financing

SunRun, a� San Francisco-based leaser of solar PV panels for residential customers, has secured $55 million as part of a Series C funding led by Sequoia Capital.

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An Election Win for Green Energy?

With the dust still settling from last week�s elections, political pundits remain in full post-mortem mode. In California, where the state�s ballot initiative process allows the electorate a direct vote on new state laws, one of the most discussed election results may be the defeat of Proposition 16. Had it passed, Prop 16 would have…

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PG&E�s Green Clout On California�s Prop. 16

When Californians go to the polls on June 8th, they have a chance to vote on a ballot amendment that could result in a massive change to the green energy landscape in the country�s most populous state. Proposition 16 is an initiative that, if approved by voters, would require a two-thirds vote of the electorate…

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This Week in Green Energy: �America�s Economy Is at Stake!�

Energy Secretary Steven Chu, often described at the “smartest man in the room” in the Obama administration, urged Congress to pass a comprehensive climate and energy bill. Speaking this week at a conference at Stanford University, Chu warned that failure to seriously tackle climate change could limit the nation�s ability to be a leader in…

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First Solar Sells 550 MW To PG&E, Southern California Edison

Thin-film photovoltaic maker and plant developer First Solar has sold the 550-megawatt output of its Desert Sunlight photovoltaic solar project to Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) and Southern California Edison (SCE) — See here for the full release.

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