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Cheap Concentrating Solar Aimed at Developing World: Morgan Solar is developing what it says is a super-cheap concentrating solar system that could be deployed in the developing world – The Star.

“The Secret Life of Quercus Trust”: David Gelbaum’s stealthy cleantech fund has funded dozens of startups but unlike other prolific cleantech investors, like Vinod Khosla, Gelbaum has kept quiet about his various green energy plays – Greentech Media.

Fisker to Open R&D Office Near Detroit: Green car startup Fisker Automotive says it plans to open a new Engineering and Development Center in Pontiac, Michigan which will employee 200 engineers and help support the company’s first car, the plug-in hybrid Karma – Press Release.

Carbon Investor Sees Recession Pushing Carbon Caps Down: A global recession could make carbon mitigation even cheaper, allowing governments to mandate deep carbon cuts, according to carbon credit investors – Bloomberg.

Solar-Powered Football Goes Prime Time: Tonight’s Monday night football game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Arizona Cardinals will be played at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale which will be powered by entirely by solar power – Arizona Republic.