The Source: China’s solar subsidies; oil and everything else falls; efficient cars

On FT Energy Source:

The recovery bites back

BP’s jatropha interest continues to wane

Welcome to Libya, or Verenex: A case study of dealing with NOCs

Counting on increased Chinese solar subisides

Attracting investors with environmental risk disclosure

Another gas glut? Big LNG projects gather pace in Asia

How much do we care about gasoline prices right now?

Elsewhere:

We wouldn’t have guessed Exxon was involved in developing electric car batteries, either (R-Squared)

What you need to know about US cash for clunkers legislation (earth2tech)

Abu Dhabi’s renewable energy company Masdar strikes its third NOC contract – this one with Bahrain (The National)

Iraq’s giant Nassiriyah oil field begins pumping (The National)

Australian climate change legislation even further from making Copenhagen deadline (ABC)

US energy department begins handing out money for efficient car design: Ford, Nissan and Tesla expected to make first round (New York Times)

Italians turn to micro-generation to avoid high tarrifs (WSJ)

Using all that heat from big computers to warm buildings (MIT Technology Review)

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