Renewable Energy Update - January 3, 2012

In This Issue:

Renewable Energy Focus -- Latest legislation fails to extend section 1603 cash-grant program; AWEA: Wind energy achieves many milestones in U.S. in 2011; EPA moves on U.S. power plant emissions rules; California low carbon rules halted; First Solar outspent BP in California while cultivating political support; Centinela solar project receives approval in California; San Diego's Sempra begins construction on solar plant in Nevada; Verengo Solar becomes leading PV installer in California in November; California Supreme Court denies Chino Hills petition to review power line project; Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals -- NextEra gets $234M for Oklahoma, California wind farms; and SunPower buys Total's Tenesol for $165.4M.

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