Renewable Energy Update - June 1, 2010

In this Issue:

*Recession crimps summer power demand

*Renewable Energy Focus

..Climate bill feeling push from Deepwater spill

*DOE initiative to speed innovative ideas into the market

*National Institute for Renewable Energy formed

*DOE to invest $6M in midsize wind turbine technology development

*U.S. wind growth likely to drop in 2010: study

*Small wind turbines add megawatts to U.S. grid

*Report predicts rise in use of solar energy over the next 25 years

*SEPA annual survey touts nationwide strength in solar portfolios

*Geothermal energy widens its reach to 52 million people: report

*Most Americans have never heard of the smart grid

*Texas makes new 'map' to decipher grid's growing complexities

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..Roseville's Solar Power reports $7M loss but projects bright future

..San Jose company may invest in Oregon solar plant

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