Renewable Energy Update - December 29, 2009


*First Solar, NRG Energy open largest solar PV power plant in California

*Renewable Energy Focus

..Green tech IPOs stronger in 2010 but no deal rush

*California solar outfit Solyndra files to go public

*New NREL labs to concentrate on solar thermal energy

*Next decade will see offshore wind growth: Study

*Mojave Monument pits would-be allies against each other

*Copenhagen ends with a grudging accord

*The year in clean energy: analyst gives highlights

*Greentech lists Top Ten high concepts in 2009

*AWEA notes wind industry highlights of 2009

*Greentech Media counts down the year in smart grid news

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..DOE beefs up electricity transmission with new $60M

..Utility solar project adds molten salt for storage

..MID pondering solar panel project north of Modesto

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