Renewable Energy Update - November 24, 2009


*Six renewable energy sources judged to be best prospect for future: report

*Renewable Energy Focus

..U.S. Democrats aim for climate bill by early 2010

*DOE and USDA hand out more than $24M for biomass projects

*Electricity executives need to get 'smart' about power

*Analyst measures whether there is tradeoff between economics, environment

*Californians could Save $31B, cut GHG emissions by living in smart-growth communities

*No sunny skies for two solar projects in Texas, California

*San Bernardino County supervisor opposes solar-energyproject in Mojave Desert

*McCain Valley wind farm plan irks activists

*Amargosa Valley solar plant to use less water

*Green Wave Energy trying to make small wind power accessible

*PG&E looks at compressed air to meet RPS target

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..Atlumin begins solar materials manufacturing in California

..California thin-film solar company begins commercial shipments

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