Renewable Energy Update - May 11, 2010

In this Issue:

*NREL Highlights Utility Green Power Leaders

*Renewable Energy Focus

..Kerry says climate bill unveiling soon

*U.S. CO2 emissions fell 7% in 2009: report

*DOE, USDA announce funding for biomass research

*U.S. biomass assistance plan drives down biomass costs

*"Bladeless" wind turbine firm aims to win over Nimbys

*MIT researchers print solar cell on paper

*Clean energy M&A: six trends to watch

*Energy storage ancillary services market set for big growth: analysis

*Tehachapi renewable transmission project completes phase one

*PUC shifts postion, blocks rule on renewable energy

*PG&E told to stop campaign against energy program

*Measure to suspend greenhouse gas law appears headed for November ballot

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..San Diego-based Envision Solar goes public

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