Renewable Energy Update - June 22, 2010

In this Issue:

*Biomass more attractive to investors than renewables: survey

*Renewable Energy Focus

..Palm Springs project would place solar plant among wind turbines

*Agency announces rents to be charged for solar power plants on public land

*California firm creates most efficient solar film ever

*Climate energy bill cost for consumers: up to $146 a year

*Coalition calls for passage of clean energy bill

*Renewable Electricity Standard will create 274,000 jobs

*U.S. senators propose extending renewable energy grant program

*Analyst: Stimulus bill funds still not reaching cleantech

*DOE gives $60M to expand local energy efficiency efforts

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..California-China pact yields plan for massive solar project

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