Renewable Energy Update - August 24, 2010

In this issue:

*Blending wind and solar meets peak energy demands

*RENEWABLE ENERGY FOCUS

..Grid limitation arising as utilities meet state RPS

*'Big solar' struggles to find home in California

*Seventh solar power plant in desert nears final decision on'fast track'

*California should approve NextEra Genesis solar plant: committee

*Permit approved for 75 MW Washington State solar project

*Clarian Power creates a plug-and-play solar array

*Spray-on film turns glass into solar panels

*Clean-power projects turn landfills' methane into electricity

*California geothermal plans need more steam

*Americans are clueless on saving energy: study

*NOTABLE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS AND DEALS

..Vestas to keep HQ in Oregon

..Group buy solar program lowers the cost of solar energy

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