While Saudi Arabia is doing its best to justify a somewhat outlandish request for financial assistance (due to projected lost oil revenues) in the Copenhagen climate agreement, at least some Saudis are clear that a potentially larger business opportunity exists in solar exports.

In part 3 of our meeting with Danish Climate & Energy Minister Connie Hedegaard, she talks about the host of black horses that are racing to capture the renewables market -- China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and, yes, Saudi Arabia:

Saudia Arabia predicts more revenue from solar than from oil
Part 3 of an interview with Danish Climate Minister Connie Hedegaard on the cost of 'business as usual' and which countries are scrambling to be part of the nex