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Lutz on Musk on Letterman: Former GM (s GM) Vice Chairman and Chevy Volt frontman Bob Lutz is scheduled to go on the Late Show with David Letterman on Wednesday to refute attacks that Letterman and Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk lobbed at the Volt last month. — Autoblog

Climate Bill: Lesser of Two Evils, Says Biz Group: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is no fan of the climate bill working its way through Congress, but the group says EPA regulation of CO2 would be worse, setting off a “catastrophic cascade” of rules and lawsuits. — Greenwire via NYT

Biofuels Strike Back: Legislation introduced this week would roll back the EPA’s new remit to hold biofuels responsible for all their greenhouse-gas emissions, while an earlier pre-emptive proposal would provide the biofuels industry with escape hatches from compliance. — WSJ’s Environmental Capital

Time for Your Two Cents: The EPA will hold the first of two public hearings on its recent finding that greenhouse gases contribute to air pollution that may endanger public health or welfare on Monday morning. — Green Car Congress

AES Signs on for Yingli Cells: Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. (s YGE) has nabbed a deal to be AES Solar’s sole supplier of photocrystalline photovoltaic modules for three years. — Dow Jones Newswires

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