GE Joins JP Morgan to Jointly Invest $225 Million in 662.5-MW Wind Farm

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02/29/2012 GE Joins JP Morgan to Jointly Invest $225 Million in 662.5-MW Wind Farm
Expanding its renewable energy portfolio in Texas, GE unit GE Energy Financial Services has joined JP Morgan to jointly invest $225 million in a partnership that owns the 662.5-megawatt Capricorn Ridge wind farm in West Texas.
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02/28/2012 U.S. Defense Contractors Are Hidden Investment Plays in Renewable Energy
Not many investors are aware of it, but the U.S. defense contractors are hidden investment plays in the widening use of renewable energy.

02/27/2012 Denmark Tops the Global Cleantech Innovation Index
Denmark, followed by Israel, Sweden, Finland and the US provide the best conditions today for clean technology start-up creation, according to the first Global Cleantech Innovation Index.
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02/24/2012 Molycorp To Launch New Rare Earth Manufacturing Facility
Molycorp announced that the sequential start-up of the new Project Phoenix rare earth manufacturing facility at its flagship Mountain Pass, California operation will begin this week, earlier than expected.
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02/22/2012 China Solar Silicon Production Curbed 30 Percent to Lift Prices
China’s polysilicon industry, the biggest supplier to solar-panel manufacturers worldwide, has idled almost one-third of production and may keep the plants closed until prices recover from a 60 percent plunge.

02/21/2012 PG&E Announces Record Solicitation for Renewable Energy
Pacific Gas and Electric Company announced that its 2011 solicitation for new supplies of renewable energy brought in more than 300 offers, a new record for the utility.
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02/20/2012 Green Homes Market Expected to Increase Five-Fold by 2016, Up From $17 Billion
McGraw-Hill Construction, a part of The McGraw-Hill Companies, recently released findings from a new Green Home Builders and Remodelers Study at the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) International Builders’ Show in Orlando.
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02/20/2012 Exelon Says $1.36 Billion Solar Deal With First Solar Hits Delay
Exelon said recently that a $1.36 billion solar-power plant deal with First Solar has hit a delay, stemming from problems with the project’s federal loan guarantee and a construction permit that the company said it hopes to resolve later this month.

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