Renewable Energy Update - November 10, 2009

IN THIS ISSUE:

*Government says fast-tracking six California solar, windfarms

*Renewable Energy Focus

..Firm looks to channel solar power for when sun has gone down

*Energy storage choice depends on amount & time

*Senate panel OKs sweeping climate bill

*EERE funding up 3% to $2.24B for fiscal year 2010

*Treasury Allocates $2.2 Billion In Bonds For Renewable Energy Development

*Climate treaty may need an extra year

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..California company commissions compact gasification pilot plant

..BrightSource solar farm moves closer to development

..Ausra sells planned plant to First Solar

..PG&E buys geothermal power from Calpine Geysers facility

..World's largest landfill gas to liquefied natural gas facility opens in Altamont

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