Renewable Energy Update - July 27, 2010

In this Issue:

*Economists say blocking California's clean energy law will be costly


..Schwarzenegger asks California regulators to delay 33% RPS

*SDG&E wind plan 'concerns' group

*$1.2B in place for next phases of largest U.S. wind project

*Solar trade groups calls for broad adoption of feed-in tariffs in U.S.

*U.S. Senate drops key measures in energy bill

*Renewables Global Status report examines current state of industry

*New climate, energy policies could create 2.5 million jobs, hold down energy costs: study

*Venture capital funding in California gains steam, clean energy picking up


..Google buys wind power, first deal for Google Energy

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