Renewable Energy Update - January 5, 2010


*Top 10 cleantech promises to watch for in 2010

*Renewable Energy Focus:

..Smart-grid spending to hit $200 billion by 2015

*Greentech Media lists its Top 10 Solar Trends of 2009

*Greentech looks back at energy storage highlights of 2009

*More than 200 alternative energy projects proposed in California

*SDG&E to install 300,000 smart meters

*PG&E customer revolt may threaten rollout of smart grid

*City, state and federal grants, tax breaks are making 'going solar' more affordable in area

*New financing schemes make solar more affordable for Californians

*Solar panel theft becoming common in California

*Algal biofuels lost a decade in the race to replace oil

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..Cannon plays novel pre-pay approach for wind power project

..Navajo Nation advances toward large wind project

..Solar Southwest harnesses sun to store wind

..Company to revive California geothermal project

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