Renewable Energy Update - June 23, 2009


*U.S. House of Representatives Expected to Vote on Climate Bill Soon

*Renewable Energy Focus

..Renewable Power Costs on the Rise in California

*Officials Vow Support for Renewable Energy in West

*Iowa is First State to Receive Energy Stimulus Dollars

*U.S. EPA Issues Clean Energy Action Guide for States

*Wind Speeds Are Slowing

*New Renewable Energy Research Center to be Founded at Caltech

*Pollster Says Democrats Should Change Renewable Energy Message

*Wind Power May Need to Reach Higher

*California RPS Could Result in $12B in New Transmission Costs

*The Interstate Renewable Energy Council Announces its 16th Annual Search for Innovative Renewable Energy Projects and Programs

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..CPUC Approves SCE Rooftop Solar Panel Plan

..San Jose Bio-Gas Facility

..SCE New Solar Contracts

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