Renewable Energy Update - May 25, 2010

In this Issue:

*Interior Department to break up offshore energy agency

*Renewable Energy Focus

..REAT announces agreement to aid RE projects in California deserts

*Utility-scale energy storage projected to reach 150GW

*Batteries would store wind power

*NREL study: Grid can accommodate large increase in wind, solar generation

*BioSolar uses castor beans to squeeze more savings from solar panels

*FERC, California sign agreement to coordinate hydrokinetic project development

*California 2010 summer power supply adequate: grid operator

*Study: Smart meters need better user interface

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..Company plans manufacturing plant for solar cells

..Solar products maker to set up HQ, plant in Georgia

..National Geothermal Institute Established in Nevada

..Smart-grid center snags SARTA executive

..$19.7M in bonds to fund solar arrays in Brea

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