Renewable Energy Update - June 8, 2010

In this Issue:

*Visual simulations ease NIMBYism, other stakeholder concerns on renewable energy developments

*Renewable Energy Focus

..Land leases, streamlined permitting open up possibility of more geothermal energy to southwest

*DOE announces funding for biomass production

*DOE offers $11m for biomass-to-biofuel research

*CPUC commissioner dedicates California's first grid-connected solar farm

*California regulators give green light to PG&E contracts

*Obama says he will find votes to pass the U.S. Senate climate bill

*Energy Commission boosted by federal stimulus funds

*EnerNOC to expand DemandSMART network by 30MW

*Notable Renewable Energy Projects and Deals

..Recycled Energy Development buys California biomass power plant

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