Renewable Energy Update - July 28, 2009


*Senate Democrats wrestle over carbon market rules, oversight in climate bill

*Renewable Energy Focus

..More than $57M in Recovery Act Funding announced to advance Smart Grid

*IREC issues annual solar report

*Renewable energy accounts for 13% of U.S. electricity by April 2009

*Business aims to provide nationwide network for solar projects

*Next generation of solar dishes use less steel

*Sacramento utility to launch feed-in tariff

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..PG&E's 'ClimateSmart' program makes largest purchase of greenhouse gas emissions

..enXco signs power purchase agreement with IPL for Minnesota wind project

..Terra-Gen Power secures $115M in wind financing

..Edison, Chevron plan solar projects at both ends of High Desert

..Solaren targets space solar

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