Renewable Energy Update - September 1, 2009


*More sun for less: solar panels drop in price

*Renewable Energy Focus

..California proposes new program for 1 GW of renewables

*Smaller wind projects find opportunity in economic crisis

*A rare peek at green energy economics

*$3.3 billion in R&D could make geothermal energy the cheapest energy technology: report

*SCE wants to deploy largest grid battery ever

*California's electric utilities battle over where renewable energy will come from

*U.S. Chamber of Commerce seeks trial on global warming

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..'Solar-powered oil field' could reduce Chevron's carbon footprint

..California’s first utility-scale PV solar farm breaks ground in Central Valley

..PG&E wants to store wind, solar energy

..California studies $1 billion carbon-capture plant

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