John Lasich talks about large scale solar power
Speaking at Engage 2009: Engineers Without Borders National Conference John Co-founded Solar Systems in 1992 and created the concepts which have been furthered by the company over the last 17 years to produce the world’s most efficient solar power technology. He is the key inventor of the propriety ‘Dense Array CPV’ technology being granted 9 patents and 16 pending. He sets the company’s technical strategy and leads the R&D development. John has 30 years of practical experience in ‘mainstream’ and ‘renewable’ energy industry sectors. His experience also includes the sale, design, construction, project management, commissioning and operation of significant energy projects in Australia and overseas.John has a BSc and is currently completing his PHD thesis in the field of concentrator/photovoltaic power co-generation. He has been an invited speaker to a number of international conferences on solar energy and has published 16 papers on solar technology. John is a member of the International Electro Technical Commission (IEC) standards committee for PV concentrator systems.Here John gives an insight into how large scale solar power might be achieved using concentrator systems for generating electricity and hydrogen at high efficiency and low cost.
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