Renewable Energy Update - November 23, 2010

In this Issue: U.S. solar industry wants grant program extended; RENEWABLE ENERGY FOCUS- Study analyzes five strategies for advancing clean energy in the U.S.; California officials disagree on SoCal Edison transmission line; CAP releases roadmap for cutting costs of clean energy; L.A.'s long-term electricity plan calls for earlier cutoff of coal, more solar and wind; In Los Angeles, plan to cut solar incentives prompts pushback; NOTABLE RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS AND DEALS - More solar projects sprouting up in California's Central Valley; Solar Millennium's plan for 1,000 MW worth of projects receives approval; Palen Solar Power Project receives recommendation from CEC; and CEC recommends license for Rice Solar Energy Project.

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