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    1. Edison International (EIX) to Create New Energy Subsidiary

      Edison International (EIX) to Create New Energy Subsidiary

      Edison International EIX is set to create a new subsidiary, Edison Energy, which will concentrate on meeting energy requirements of its major energy consumers across the country. Based in Irvine, CA, Edison Energy will help to cut the company's energy costs, improve efficiency, eliminate complexities and offer more environmentally friendly options such as energy consultancy and management services.

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    2. SunEdison to Grow in California with 33 MW Rooftop Arrays

      SunEdison to Grow in California with 33 MW Rooftop Arrays

      SunEdison Inc., the world's leading renewable energy developing company, is benefitting from the rising global demand for cheap and clean energy. Recently, the company announced that it has been awarded a contract to build 33 megawatts (MW) of rooftop arrays in Southern California by Southern California Edison - a subsidiary of Edison International.

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    3. Quick Facts: A123's Intellectual Property arrangements for its non-automobile business

      Quick Facts: A123's Intellectual Property arrangements for its non-automobile business

      The Johnson Controls asset purchase agreement enables Johnson to license back to A123 certain technology for its grid, commercial and government businesses.  A123 continues active discussions regarding strategic alternatives for its grid, commercial, government and other operations, and has received several indications of interest for these businesses.

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