Jan Hamrin

former Manager of Solar Programs, California Energy Commission

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Consultant who has worked in renewable energy for 35 years; former manager of solar programs for the California Energy Commission (late 1970's and 80's)

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California's Energy Commission has  approved  the world's largest solar project, a  1000-magawatt project  capable of providing power to 800,000 homes.

Solar Energy and the Future of California

California's Energy Commission has approved the world's largest solar project, a 1000-magawatt project capable of providing power to 800,000 homes.

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