Another thought is that Solar is really a direct competitor to Natural Gas and in my opinion that is good. As buildings are built with ECD's technology in solar this really becomes a double wammy for profits. Immediate bottom line enhancement. I must say this runn up in price is different from the ones in 2000 and 2001. We have a much different company. One that is producing not just jaw bone-ing. I see a better base being built. Lots of news on the forefront but not right on the table yet.
Another thought is that Solar is really a direct competitor to Natural Gas and in my opinion that is good. >>
Yes. California gets much of its electricity from natural gas. So if natural gas prices increase so does the cost of electricity. It makes legislation for solar power an easier sale, even though solar isn't currently competitive with California electricity rates except maybe on an industrial scale if you consider other factors.