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gnm wrote:Whoopee and the only consumer level based incentive in the sun drenched land of NM is that net metering crap. When I say crap its because trust me you don't want to be jumping through thier beuracratic hoops so they can give you pennies on the dollar for expensive alternative energy that you pump back into the grid.
Not that I'm keen on taxpayer subsidies for things which are apparently not profitable enough to deploy...
gnm wrote: And the local utility jumped all over them because they were trying to share the output with the neighbors.. brought in the county and state regulators and everything...
WASHINGTON D.C., 14 April 2005 - Thousands of megawatts of new renewable energy potential in Africa, Asia, South and Central America have been discovered by a pioneering project to map the solar and wind resource of 13 developing countries. The multi-million dollar project, called the Solar and Wind Energy Resource Assessment (SWERA), is proving that the potential for deploying solar panels and wind turbines in these countries is far greater than previously supposed. The countries where SWERA has carried out surveys to date are: Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Cuba, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guatemala, Honduras, Kenya, Nepal, Nicaragua and Sri Lanka.
Hawkcreek wrote:In the midst of a tragedy, you can always find someone to laugh at the suffering.
I_Like_Plants wrote:See, now this is why a lot of people worship Father Sun as well as Mother Earth.
Hell yeah I'd rather see 'em cook on the way over rather than get here to slaughter myself and mine.
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