Renewable Energy Update - August 31, 2010

In this issue:

*Final decisions near on mega-solar power plants in California deserts


..California to launch next-generation feed-in tariff for solar energy

*Utility-scale geothermal turns 50

*DOE offers $15M geothermal heat recovery opportunity

*San Francisco's Ocean Beach may be center of harnessing wave power

*PG&E pushes 'pumped hydro' for energy storage

*California's transmission future examined

*Grid parity for solar power in U.S. by 2015

*Proposed decision recommends license for Imperial Valley solar project


..California approves first new U.S. thermal solar plant

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