Renewable Energy Update - March 2, 2010


*New wind resource maps wind potential estimates for the U.S.

*Renewable Energy Focus

..California invests $90 million in clean energy manufacturing

*Bloom unveils 'game-changing' fuel cell

*Lab analyzes renewable energy needed to provide hypothetical 33% of West's electricity

*More U.S. communities use landfills to produce energy

*Biofuel options expand as science taps new sources

*DOE produces first-of-its-kind report on ocean power

*Interview: How the stimulus bill has ignited innovation in the renewables sector

*The long road to an alternative-energy future

*Reid demands climate bill ASAP

*EPA budget hearings to serve as battleground for climate policies

*Valley businesses like 'green' tax break plan

*California bill could offer statewide solar financing option

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..California solar project gets $1.4B guarantee

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