Renewable Energy Update - September 14, 2010

In this issue:

*China most attractive place to develop renewable projects


..DOE gives $8.5M to advance solar energy grid integration systems

*Electricity needs to go smart: report

*Drive smart grid forward by connecting with consumers

*Schwarzenegger to continue push for renewable energy bill

*California releases zero net energy plan for buildings

*Probes find energy meters accurate, service lacking

*CPUC approves grants aimed at adding solar, cutting costs

*Researchers translate plants' regenerative ability to solar cells

*Black silicon comes back - and cheaper than ever

*Wind turbine prices continue to fall


..Energy commission licenses Abengoa Mojave Solar Project

..SunPower awarded $1.8M research grant

..Honeywell expands solar protector portfolio

..SoloPower of San Jose expanding capacity

..Sacramento to offer energy rebates for small businesses

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