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    1. The Interconnection Landscape Changes Yet Again: FERC Conditionally Accepts the California ISO's Interconnection Queue Reform Phase 2

      On January 31, 2012, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) conditionally accepted additional reforms to the California ISO’s Generator Interconnection Procedures (GIP) that significantly change the rules that apply to developers seeking to interconnect power generation facilities in the California ISO’s balancing authority area. The decision continues the California ISO’s efforts to reform the GIP that began in 2008, and focuses on 18 specific issues that arose from stakeholder efforts, interconnection agreement negotiations, the California ISO’s transmission planning process, or that were carried over from the previous round of reforms. The reforms addressed the following issues and more: • Deliverability Status • Financial Security Deadlines • Posting of Security and Reimbursement of Costs for Network Upgrades • Reductions in Project Size Click here to continue reading this alert. To learn more about the reforms approved yesterday and how they may affect your generation development plans, please contact one of the attorneys listed below. Maurcus Wood at (503) 294-9434 or mwood@stoel.com Seth Hilton at (415) 617-8943 or sdhilton@stoel.com Jason Johns at (503) 294-9618 or jajohns@stoel.com Chad Marriott at (503) 294-9339 or ctmarriott@stoel.com
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      Mentions: CA FERC
    2. DoE and EPRI assessment reports of Wave and Tidal power

      DoE and EPRI assessment reports of Wave and Tidal power

      The Department of Energy (“DOE”) released two nationwide resource assessments for wave and tidal energy projects in the U.S. The reports, funded by the DOE and prepared by the Electric Power Research Institute ("EPRI") and the Georgia Tech Research Corporation, present the most rigorous and comprehensive analysis to date of the resources available and their location.

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      Mentions: DoE U.S. Georgia
    3. Study: 2011 U.S. Venture Capital Investment in Cleantech Steady at $4.9B

      Study: 2011 U.S. Venture Capital Investment in Cleantech Steady at $4.9B

      US VC investment in cleantech reached $4.9B in 2011, flat in terms of deals and down 4.5% in terms of capital invested compared to 2010, according to an Ernst & Young LLP analysis based on data from Dow Jones VentureSource. However, this represents a 29% increase from the $3.8B raised in 2009. In Q4 2011 VC investment in cleantech reached $940.5M with 70 rounds of financing.

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      Mentions: U.S. IBM Duke Energy
    4. NAATBatt: Ener1 Is No Solyndra

      NAATBatt: Ener1 Is No Solyndra

      The future, or at least the near future, of Ener1, therefore, looks far different than that of Solyndra following its bankruptcy.  Operations at EnerDel will continue.  The technology and know-how that the $110 million DOE stimulus grants funded appears to remain intact.   The market has not rejected that technology.  In fact, once Ener1’s balance sheet is cleaned up, it appears that the market will be willing to invest another $81 million in it.

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      Mentions: Ener1 NY
    5. Ener1: Received $120M DoE grant; cedes control to Russian shareholder for $13.5M loan

      Ener1: Received $120M DoE grant; cedes control to Russian shareholder for $13.5M loan
      Ener1 filed for bankruptcy yesterday, and won interim court approval to borrow $13.5M to finance operations during its reorganization. An Ener1 unit received a $118M U.S. Energy Department grant. Bzinfin, a holding and investment company based in Russia, owns about 49 percent of Ener1’s stock and is the largest shareholder. it will receive much of the equity in the company after it emerges from Chapter 11.
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      Mentions: Russia Ener1 NY
    6. California Energy Commission Issues 2011 Integrated Energy Policy Report

      California Energy Commission Issues 2011 Integrated Energy Policy Report

      [California legislation requires] the CEC to adopt an integrated energy policy report every two years. The objective of the IEPR is to evaluate market trends and develop energy policies that will "conserve resources, protect the environment, ensure energy reliability, enhance the state's economy, and protect public health and safety." The Final 2011 IEPR has been prepared in response to this direction and is available on the CEC’s website.

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      Mentions: CA CA Energy Comm
    7. Report: "New Electrode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries -2012"

      Report:  "New Electrode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries -2012"
      Industry analyst, NanoMarkets, projects that the need for higher performance batteries for consumer electronics, hybrid/electric vehicles, and other applications will create a large market for novel lithium battery electrode materials. Revenues from non-conventional electrode materials are expected to reach around $1.3 billion by 2017.
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