Renewable Energy Update - October 13, 2009

IN THIS ISSUE:

*DOE announces private sector partnership to accelerate renewable energy projects

*Renewable Energy Focus

..Rules drafted for clean energy projects in California

*Prospects distant for offshore wind in west

*PG&E signs new deals to provide reliable power supply in California

*PG&E says renewable power prices in an upswing

*U.S. transmission effort receives low grade

*California green push to staunch job losses

*California debates over energy origins

*Changing alliances shape climate-change debate

*Report: global cleantech investment down 22% in 3Q

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..DOE announces $87M to support solar energy technologies

..Pattern closes funding for California wind project

..Google partners on device to monitor home energy

..Solar Power, Inc. in deal with Ventura County

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