Renewable Energy Update - March 30, 2010

In this Issue:

*Senate climate bill compromises frighten, infuriate some enviro groups

*Renewable Energy Focus

..Obama aides meet with Senate Dems to map strategy for climate bill

*U.S. moves to boost federal level hydropower development

*House energy panel approves electricity grid security bill

*Solar scorecard tracks PV's real 'green' nature

*Group formed to sell consumers on smart grid

*California grid preparing for greener future

*Climate law won't hurt California economy: report

*California lawmakers approve green tax breaks to create jobs

*Developer fees to spur California clean energy permitting

*Smart water meters take hold in California

*PG&E proposal could hike rates in Bay Area

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..Terra-Gen raises financing for California wind farm

..Chevron unveils solar panel test site

..Executive shakeup at Nanosolar

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