IN THIS ISSUE:
*Biomass should be counted as part of green plan: advocate
*Renewable Energy Focus
..Solar Power International Conference
*Business leaders urge solar power support
*Desert solar warrants a surge in investor appetite: report
*Sacramento warming to solar power
*Solexant to take on First Solar on cost: CEO
*Smart grid standards roadmap unveiled
*Few alternatives for state utilities
*L.A. may drop plans for controversial transmission line
*California's appetite for green power could boost rates in Northwest
*Oakland solar firm hits desert swarm
*Applied Materials sees solar unit profit in 2010
*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals
..Montana, Wyoming wind power sought for $3B lines
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