Renewable Energy Update - August 3, 2010

In This Issue:

*California, New Mexico, three Canadian provinces outline regional cap-and-trade program


..California launches massive wind farm

*California's clean energy future threatened by federal delays: state officials

*Reid says renewable electricity mandate lacks 60 votes

*Draft L.A. report examines transition toward renewable energy

*Richmond a leader in Bay Area solar energy surge


..Southern California Edison awards contracts for 36 solar projects

..Berkeley lab co-leads $122M sunlight-to-fuel effort

..Recycled Energy acquires California biomass power plant

..Chevron shines with California solar array

..Solyndra wins Southern California Edison purchase agreements

..ARPA-E awards grant to companies for energy storage projects

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