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Solar power to compete with fossil fuels


Posted on Saturday, 12 July, 2008 | Comment icon 4 comments


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"Here's a trivia question: What state has installed more solar panels than any other except California? If you said New Jersey, your solar-energy IQ is brilliant."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Lt_Ripley on 13 July, 2008, 4:01
lots of homes are being put up here in Michigan with solar panels. Many have also installed on their own wind mills . of those plenty end up selling energy back to the grid.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Bear's Quest on 13 July, 2008, 5:16
I'd prefer every home has its own solar panels rather then major corps controlling solar power plants.
Comment icon #3 Posted by Blizno on 14 July, 2008, 15:23
I'd prefer every home has its own solar panels rather then major corps controlling solar power plants. I would too but I think we'll need both. The world uses a mind-boggling amount of energy and it's increasing fast. We need lots and lots of sources. Solar, wind, tide, converting garbage to methanol, etc.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Paracelse on 15 July, 2008, 18:15
I'd prefer every home has its own solar panels rather then major corps controlling solar power plants. Those who live in apartment complexes can not install their own solar panels, therefore if a major corp. has the mean to do it, the more the better.


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