Renewable Energy Update - July 20, 2010

In this Issue:

*AWEA announces new offshore wind coalition


..Some parts of California solar market sizzle, other segments lag: report

*New rules may cloud outlook for biomass

*Halt on California solar incentives stuns schools, nonprofits

*Nanocrystalline ink to boost mainstream solar cell efficiency to 20%

*California to get $22 million in DOE clean-tech grants

*EPA proposes 2011 renewable fuel standards

*LABC proposes Los Angeles solar feed-in tariffs

*California AG sues feds over renewable energy loans

*SolarCity to join with Lancaster to offer reduced-price solar


..California regulators approve Edison-Solar Millennium deal

..First Solar buys NextLight, nets Arizona Solar Plant

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