Renewable Energy Update - July 21, 2009

IN THIS ISSUE:

*DOE announces nearly $14M for 28 new wind projects

*Renewable Energy Focus

..Grant guidelines for renewable energy released

*Institute Studies Clash Between Wind and Raptors

*Is any power green enough for California?

*Report: 'California's Solar Cities' on track

*Wind, geothermal most efficient renewables: study

*TechNet execs meet with California leaders to advocate for clean technologies

*Residential solar fees waived in Seal Beach

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..ExxonMobil, SGI ink deal to convert algae to biofuel

..Largest U.S. onion processor unveils biogas plant

..Helix Wind to study small turbine performance at San Diego Facility

..World's largest solar plant may be built in Cle Elum

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