Renewable Energy Update - December 8, 2009


*Green industry growing more slowly than hoped

*Renewable Energy Focus

..32 companies sign DOE pledge to reduce energy intensity by 25%

*Wind farms have no negative impact on property values:study

*Study shows how to increase local renewable energy, slow climate change

*Report measures U.S. influence on fight against climate change

*California could lose energy stimulus funds: auditor

*Solar market share shifts seen in California

*California dams to feel impact of climate change

*California recognizes best climate-smart small businesses

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..PG&E to buy first wind project

..EDI to unveil biomass digester system

..California regulators approve orbiting solar project

..SunPower to pick site for U.S. plant by early 2010

..L.A. ponders solar panel project at Owens Lake

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