Renewable Energy Update - July 18, 2011

In This Issue:

Sungevity hiring hundreds to meet demand for solar energy in California; RENEWABLE ENERGY FOCUS - Renewables 2011 Global Status Report says global growth of renewable energy continued in 2010; Mitsubishi opens solar powered charging station for electric vehicles in California; Governor Jerry Brown states support for renewable energy; House Energy and Commerce Committee seeks White House documents on Solyndra loan guarantee; DOE provides $11M for advanced geothermal projects in five states, including California; U.S. geothermal industry falters due to lack of money and knowledge; Study says California leads U.S. in green jobs; Map pinpoints U.S. tidal power potential; NOTABLE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS AND DEALS - Clean Energy subsidiary strikes methane gas renewable energy deal in Michigan; San Diego Gas & Electric adds 150MW project to be built in Imperial Valley; and Aide Solar and Folium Energy partner on 150MW solar project in California.

Sungevity hiring hundreds to meet demand for solar energy in California

San Francisco Business Times - Jul 8

Sungevity is ramping up hiring and looking for office space to capitalize on California’s solar surge. In early 2010, Sungevity moved into about 20,000 square feet in their HQ with 50 employees. The company has since boosted employment to 215 and aims to have up to 500 on its payroll by the end of the year.

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