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Uploaded on Jan 8, 2012

Hank explains the power of solar energy and describes how it may fit into our diversified energy future.

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Credits:
Produced by Hank Green
Chief Editor: Blake de Pastino
Cinematography: Nick Jenkins
Video Editor: Matt Ferguson
Graphics: Amber Bushnell
Written by: Rob Chaney

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