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“A document accidentally left on a European hotel computer and passed to the Guardian,” indicates U.S. negotiators intend to push the Copenhagen accord “through the UN process as a single ‘take it or leave it’ text.” — UK Guardian via Dot Earth

Climate Deal Talking Points: “A document accidentally left on a European hotel computer and passed to the Guardian,” indicates the Obama administration intends to push the Copenhagen accord “through the UN process as a single ‘take it or leave it’ text,” rather than negotiating on separate elements. – UK Guardian via NYT’s Dot Earth

GM to Invest $8M Doubling Battery Lab Size: General Motors on Monday said it will invest $8 million to double the size of its advanced automotive battery lab in Warren, Mich. to help speed the development of vehicles like the Chevy Volt. – Edmunds InsideLine

EnerNoc Scores $10M Mass. Job: “EnerNoc continues to expand in its home state of Massachusetts, securing a $10 million contract to provide energy use tracking to state colleges and universities, state prisons, and other public buildings.” — Greentech Media

Mini-E at Nurburgring: “Mini intends to prove that the electric version of the Mini Cooper can be every bit as fun as its gasoline-powered cars. And a few laps around the famed Nurburgring race track in Germany make the point admirably.” — CNET’s Green Tech

Ascent, Cambrios Partner on Thin-Film Solar for Army: “Cambrios Technologies and Ascent Solar Technologies have formed a partnership to research solar power solutions to address U.S. Army requirements.” — UPI

By Josie Garthwaite

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