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Published on June 14th, 2014 | by Zachary Shahan


Interviewing Bright Harvest Solar Co-Founder Joel Lusk (CleanTechnica/TalkSolar Podcast)

June 14th, 2014 by  

Bright Harvest Solar

This CleanTechnica/TalkSolar podcast has Beth Bond interviewing Bright Harvest Solar Co-Founder Joel Lusk. Lusk moved away from a career in the computer-aided design and graphics industry in order to jump into solar. Way back in 200o, Lusk designed and built his first solar power system. He has since then managed and built hundreds of solar power projects.

“In addition to running his own company and co-founding Bright Harvest Solar, he has managed the installation divisions of both local and national solar integrators,Beth writes. Learn more about Lusk, Bright Harvest Solar, and solar in this Saturday’s podcast:

Discover Energy Internet Radio with Talk Solar on BlogTalkRadio


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