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California Code, Public Resources Code - PRC § 801

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In accordance with state policy, it shall be the responsibility of the Resources Agency to establish a program of research on improved methods of powerplant siting. Recognizing the very considerable experience, knowledge and effort of the state's electric utilities in this field, the Resources Agency shall coordinate its research programs with the electric utilities to insure minimum duplication and maximum interchange of information with the results of the state's research program being published and made available as public information.

In accord with recommendation No. 3 made in the Resources Agency's report to the Legislature on Siting Thermal Powerplants in California, dated February 15, 1970, and concurred in by the Utilities Ad Hoc Committee, the Resources Agency is specifically authorized to undertake a study of the siting of underground powerplants.

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