Renewable Energy Update - April 20, 2010

In this Issue:

*'Renewed appetite' for IPOs set to boost solar and wind power

*Renewable Energy Focus

..DOE announces new partnerships under the Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas

*AWEA calls for utility system reforms

*Solar industry feeling growing pains

*Solar growth slows except for home installations: report

*UL aims to keep rooftop solar panels safe

*Public spending drives growth in U.S. geothermal: report

*California utility plans to try wave power

*'Smart' charging will spare energy grid

*California climate law could help poor, minority areas

*Matsui pushes Sacramento as clean tech capital

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..Dow Corning, Imec sign pact to study ways to improve silicon PV

..Hawaiian Electric and California utility win grant

..San Francisco opens program for zero-down solar financing

..SoCal Edison installs solar atop urban warehouses

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