California has successfully implemented many important but straightforward EE measures such as screw-in compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs). However, in order to achieve the very ambitious energy conservation targets set forth in the Strategic Plan and other policies, increasingly complex energy conservation measures and programs are needed.
Future of Work & Workers
About Jessie HF
Jessie HF Hammerling, Ph.D., is a Lead Researcher for the Technology and Work Program at the Labor Center. She studies changes in the organization of production in key industries and the consequences of these changes for workers and their communities. Her recent work focuses on new technologies affecting low-wage workers, and domestic outsourcing in the U.S. In previous years, Jessie worked with the Labor Center’s Green Economy Program. Prior to joining the Labor Center, she worked at the Center on Wisconsin Strategy (COWS) in Madison, WI. Jessie holds a Ph.D. in geography from UC Davis and a master’s degree in international public affairs from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.