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By Benjamin Nanamaker
NEW YORK (TheStreet) --Clean energy appears to be a harder sell to Wall Street than Main Street. Ener1, (HEV) the parent company of a electric car battery maker that received a $118 million grant from the Obama administration, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy today.
|Ener1 is the third green energy company backed by the Obama administration thas filed for bankruptcy.|
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