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Solyndra Snags $238M Umwelt Deal: Solyndra, which makes cylindrical, thin film photovoltaic systems, has won a supply deal with Germany-based solar integrator Umwelt-Sonne-Energie GmbH worth up to $238 million through 2013. — Press Release

Tesla Overseas: Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the right-hand-drive electric Roadster will start rolling out in the first quarter of 2010, first in the United Kingdom, and Japan, Australia and India represent important right-hand-drive markets to pursue soon. — AutoblogGreen

Trilliant Gets a New CFO: Smart grid startup Trilliant has named Michael Towe, former chief cinancial officer for World Airways, as its CFO. — Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal

Obama Cabinet Pushes Climate Bill in Senate: Four top White House officials, including DOE Chief Steven Chu and EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson today fought for passage of the climate bill in the Senate, where Obama faces up to 15 holdouts from his own party. — Washington Post

Bloom Energy, Cisco Team Up on Energy Data: An anonymous source says fuel cell startup Bloom Energy is working with Cisco Systems (s CSCO) to integrate energy data from its devices into Cisco’s platform to manage energy use in buildings. — Greentech Media