Renewable Energy Update - July 6, 2010

In this Issue:

*Report looks to debunk myths of global climate change

*RENEWABLE ENERGY FOCUS

..'Lame-duck' session emerges as possibility for climate bill conference

*14 million acres of land in U.S. targeted for solar energy and wind farms

*Solar energy costs to achieve grid parity by 2013: Pike Research

*Molecules typically found in blue jean, ink dyes may lead to more efficient solar cells

*Labor groups push roadmap for wind power jobs

*Hydro, wave, tidal power market outlook bright as conventional energy sources dwindle: report

*Smart grid task force created in California

*California utilities make progress on 20% by 2010

*Fiorina says California climate law is killing jobs

*NOTABLE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS AND DEALS

..Martifer withdraws hybrid solar-biomass plant application

..First Solar creates utility-focused group for 2.2GW pipeline

..AMEC awarded California geothermal contract

..Smart grid firm consert receives capital from GE, Verizon

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Published In: Energy & Utilities Updates, Environmental Updates

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