On Mon, 13 Oct 2014 11:58:17 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
huge contracts to buy solar power ar a significant premium over retail
- to avoid having to build new conventional or Nuke capacity. Kinda
like the "we are only losing a little bit,but don't worry, we'll make
up for it in volume" arguement.
Now on sunny and windy days they are selling surplus power to New York
at WAY below cost - and sometimes pay to dispose of it ......
I'm curious about the cost of electricity in various areas. Last
month, I paid $88.06 total (includes all taxes, fees, etc.) for 641kwh
in Birmingham AL. What do you folks pay and in what general area?
Web based forums are like subscribing to 10 different newspapers
and having to visit 10 different news stands to pickup each one.
I never said the people who don't want all the rivers dammed up are
wrong. I am simply pointing out that all of that potential electric
power is not going to happen.
In the US we are blowing up dams. I tend to agree with it.,
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