Renewable Energy Update - June 15, 2010

In this Issue:

*Chu welcomes Republican climate bill

*Renewable Energy Focus

..Voters defeat Prop. 16 in California

*GE pushing to work ahead of the climate bill

*Group calls for U.S. to triple spending on energy research

*Wind companies to buy more U.S. parts in agreement with unions

*First Solar says can't meet demand for modules

*Sales of small wind turbines up in 2009

*FreeCleanSolar launches national renewable energy search engine

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..UC-San Diego, Sanyo Electric sign contract on solar energy research

..DOE offers $102M conditional commitment for loan guarantee to U.S. Geothermal, Inc.

..Trina Solar inks deal with Southern California Edison

..SDG&E VP discusses energy options

..Solaria moves HQ to expand manufacturing

..Small California town to be 85% powered by solar

..DOE backs new technology test after troubled California geothermal project

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