Renewable Energy Update - September 7, 2010

In this issue:

*Grid energy storage a $35B market by 2020: report


..California proposes increase in TREC cap

*Cap-and-trade is beginning to raise some concerns

*Rooftop solar among 'zero net energy' strategies promoted for


*Solar leasing attractive option to many

*PG&E forms advisory group to ensure SmartMeter program

follows best practices


..California utilities approved for 616 MW of solar deals

..UOP technology to produce liquid fuel and base-load electricity

from biomass

..SunPower solar tech selected for U.S. federal facilities

..709MW solar dish plant nears approval in California

..Calisolar wins commission approval for clean energy business loan

..Cisco, Itron join forces to deliver next-generation smart grid


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