Renewable Energy Update - August 17, 2010

In this Issue:

*Obama gets a menu of climate actions he can take without



..California desert may soon yield flood of solar energy production

*Economic woes force U.S. government to cut funding to

renewable energy

*National Renewable Energy Laboratory releases feed-in tariff


*Kerry bill would extend tax incentives for two more years

*Brown pushes clean energy in California jobs plan

*Stanford University reveals groundbreaking solar technology

*American companies buying more domestic wind equipment


..California commission approves utility contracts for solar electricity purchases

..SunEdison, DRI Energy partner on solar in California, Arizona,


..California should approve Abengoa Mojave solar plant

..Southern California Edison sponsors solar fairs

..Acro Energy debuts instant solar rebate program in California

..San Francisco-based Solazyme bottles $52M for algae-based fuel

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