Renewable Energy Update - September 28, 2010


In this issue:

*A bipartisan bill on renewable energy


..California wants third of its power renewable by 2020

..Allen Matkins at Solar Power International

*A threat to California's climate change progress

*California Utilities Commission opposes anti-renewables ballot


*California state agencies band together to promote a cleaner energy future

*California creates website to inform on green energy jobs

*Electricity prices dip in June; solar power production surges

*Global wind capacity to surge past 200GW this year: GWEC

*Global solar cell production climbs to another record in 2009;

California leads U.S.

*California grid can handle 20% renewables, study affirms


..California may host both largest solar and wind projects in the


..Sharp buys San Francisco solar developer Recurrent Energy for


..Ormat receives $108.2m for California geothermal project

..SoCal Edison asks regulators to up price for AES wind-power pact

..Commission approves license for Ivanpah solar plant off I-15

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