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Say Good-bye to Your Big Plasma: EU officials may outlaw the largest plasma TV models under new energy performance requirements. — NYT’s Green Inc.

Going Negative: Global carbon emissions will have to drop to near zero by 2050 and “go negative” after that to avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change, according to a new report from the Worldwatch Institute. — Reuters

An Offer Tesla Couldn’t Refuse: Detroit Auto Show organizers gave Tesla Motors a “shockingly” good deal to exhibit at the event after big automakers dropped out. Rival Fisker Automotive signed up early and paid full price. — LAT’s Up to Speed

Chrysler Down, Not Out: In a hastily organized conference call today, Chrysler denied reports that the company is looking to sell some of its brands, plants or other assets. — Wall Street Journal

Tata Power Seeking Renewables: India’s largest private utility plans to add geothermal or solar energy to its 2,300 MW portfolio. — Cleantech Group

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