Renewable Energy Update - November 4, 2009


*Nine federal agencies enter into a MOU regarding transmission siting on federal lands

*Renewable Energy Focus

..White House steps up climate efforts

*Solar industry builds wish list for climate change bill

*Solar power execs bullish on 2010 despite earnings

*ACEEE report examines impacts of climate policy

*Refiners warn of 'staggering' costs, job losses from Senate climate bill

*Transformational energy research projects win $151M in funding

*DOE awards $338M to accelerate domestic geothermal energy

*Obama touts smart grid grants

*You do have to know which way the wind blows on the grid: study

*Water use by solar projects intensifies

*San Diego solar company tests floating panels for power

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..Cleantech Innovation Center marks opening

..NextEra Energy Resources to supply solar power to PG&E

..PG&E to accept more power from solar homes

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