Daily Sprout


Climate Bill Next in Line: “Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has closed the door on the possibility of moving immigration reform before a comprehensive energy and climate bill.” — The Hill

Senate Climate Proposal Sent to EPA: Sens. John Kerry, Lindsey Graham and Joseph Lieberman (I-Conn.) sent their climate proposal to the EPA today for a report on how much the bill is likely to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The move could buy climate bill backers some time to assemble a coalition in the Senate. — LAT’s Greenspace

V-Vehicle on the Road: Executives from stealthy auto startup V-Vehicle Company showed off a prototype of their car in Washington, D.C. today to Department of Energy officials and Rep. Rodney Alexander. They’re still not allowing photos or showing the car publicly, and still hoping for $321 million in government funds. — Monroe News-Star

First Solar Earnings: “First Solar Inc. posted a higher-than-expected profit on Wednesday and raised its 2010 forecast due to strong European demand for solar modules, boosting its shares in extended trade.” — Reuters

GM’s Fun With Google Earth: General Motors’ new GM Education Google Earth Project app shows automotive plants around the world and the types of energy that people use to fuel their cars, homes and electronics. — Autoblog Green

Comments are closed.