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December Top 10 Players In Green Energy

1: BrightSource Energy Yes. We at Green Energy Reporter are unabashed BrightSource Energy fans. The news that the concentrated solar power (CSP) firm is eyeing a 2011 initial public offering only makes us love the company more because we want to see an unambiguous green energy success. There have been rumors for months that BrightSource…

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Exclusive: Solar Developer To Look For Debt Financing for 850 MW Calico Project

A San Diego-based renewable energy developer will start talking to funders� to arrange financing to support the development of an initial 275 megawatts of solar photovoltaic power.

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Tessera Solar Sells Calico to San Diego Developer

Just days after Southern California Edison canceled its power purchase agreement with the Calico project in California, owner Tessera Solar has walked away from its own project, reaching an agreement to sell the facility to San Diego developer K Road Power Holdings. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed, but talk about a fire sale…

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The Alternative Agenda: Edison Cancels Tessera PPA; Chinese Co. to Develop Ill Wind Farm; 2011 Green Agenda

That’s Not Good: Edison Cancels Tessera Solar PPA Talk about a ruined Christmas, some real coal in the stocking for Tessera Solar, which last week learned that one of the state’s largest utilities had terminated an agreement to buy solar power from Tessera’s 663-megawatt Calico project in Southern California.

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October Top 10 Players in Green Energy

1: Can BrightSource Energy’s John Woolard do anything wrong? BrightSource Energy’s chief executive was a deal-making machine in October, notably gaining a $300 million investment by NRG Energy in the Ivanpah solar project and inking a partnership with French company Alstom to build power plants in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. The company…

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