I saw a new photovoltaic solar farm at Interstate 5 and Twin Cities Road, so I stopped to look it over. I talked to one of the engineers and asked him if the solar panels were manufactured in Sacramento. He said no, Korea.
When I started solar in 1974, I would never have thought we would be buying our solar from any place but America; less industry, less jobs. This isn't good for America.
And what's with Brown giving more of our water away — and the cost? I for one just don't get it. Southern California has all the water in the world — the ocean. Take the salt out of the water; we have the technology. Let them build distilleries. The cost would be a lot less. And Southern California has a lot of sunlight — solar distilleries