Renewable Energy Update - January 19, 2010


*Rooftop solar installations growing faster than utility-scale solar

*Renewable Energy Focus

..California's utilities won't be able to meet 2010 state RPS:researchers

*Geothermal industry has high hopes

*Wind turbines leave some Bay Area neighbors in a huff

*White House says stimulus created 51,700 clean energy jobs

*California wants EPA to slow down climate rules

*California panel considers money from climate rules

*Small businesses see devil in details of EPA greenhouse gas rule

*Adobe installs windspires on its downtown headquarters

*L.A. DWP pitches solar farm plans to Owens Valley residents

*Schwarzenegger appoints two to California Energy Commission

*San Diego makes 6-fold hike in solar power fees

*Environmentalists at odds: projects vs. preservation

*Prospects fading for U.S. climate legislation in 2010

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