Renewable Energy Update - March 23, 2010

In this issue:

*Governors seek national power standard to boost wind industry

*Renewable Energy Focus

..Solar PV, wind, biofuel markets expand to $139B in collective global revenues in 2009: study

*U.S. wind power growing fast but still lags: AWEA

*UCSD study to aid solar-energy industry by studying clouds

*DOE grants $1 million for ocean energy research

*Senators share emission bill's details with industry groups

*CPUC decision allows tradable RECs

*California regulators hear public power bill testimony

*Marin officials lodge complaint against PG&E

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..California gets stimulus for solar power

..Valley solar plant would be among world's largest

..Major Mojave Desert solar project moves ahead

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