Renewable Energy Update - April 28, 2009

IN THIS ISSUE:

*House panel begins debate on climate bill

*Renewable Energy Focus

..Obama looks to offshore wind development

*California adopts low carbon fuel standard

*U.S. may raise cap on grants for high-tech power grid

*U.S. wind power industry employs 70% more people

*California solar subsidies could reach 70%

*Oregon sets sights on biomass

*Solar downturn weeding out the weak, report says

*Clean tech serious target for venture capitalists

*Notable renewable energy projects and deals

..Southern California Edison signs 20-year wind energy deal

..SAP solar buy boosts top-ranked Palo Alto renewable program

..First large-scale wind turbine at a Marine Corps facility

..Solar firms poised to lease out systems

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