Renewable Energy Update - March 18, 2010

In this Issue:

*Electricity rate increase in LA could lead to renewable energy purchases and programs

*Renewable Energy Focus

..California utilities can use credits to meet renewables mandate

*Obama holds bipartisan meeting to push climate bill

*Senators propose tax credit for deepwater wind farms

*Senate extends biodiesel tax credit

*Smart-grid grants spared from U.S. tax, Treasury says

*Energy efficiency proposals could create 330,000 jobs in 2010

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..PG&E inks 300MW solar contract with First Solar

..Southern California Edison orders SunPower modules for large-scale program

..ACS enters renewable energy market in the United States

..California approves PG&E's 230 MW solar pact with NextLight

..Solar Power to build manufacturing plant in Central Valley

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