Renewable Energy Update - November 18, 2009


*California paves way for Genesis Solar Energy Project

*Renewable Energy Focus

..Solar industry lobbies for manufacturing tax credit, cash grant

*Clean energy could create 850,000 manufacturing jobs in U.S.

*SFPUC invites bids to provide a new electricity service to San Franciscans

*Wind sector cash inflow may blow small firms away

*Helix Wind to power cell towers in Southern California

*Experts believe U.S. can establish a strong offshore wind manufacturing sector, but anxiety remains

*Largest solar energy home community showcased in Southern California

*Aerojet and Solar Power Inc. expand Sacramento solar farm

*San Francisco area utility turns food waste into green energy

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..Cannon Power Group receives stimulus funds for wind project to power utilities in California

..China state fund buys into U.S. wind business

..SMUD signs purchase agreement with biomass power plant

..DOE signs on to California hydrogen power plant

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