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  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 4 hours ago Flag

    Batteries, fuel cells, and solar cells all produce direct current (DC) which always flows in the
    same direction between positive and negative terminals.
    A power plant generates alternating current (AC). The direction of the current reverses, or alternates,
    60 times per second (in the U.S.) or 50 times per second (in Europe, for example).
    The power available at a wall socket in the U.S. is 120-volt, 60-cycle AC.
    The advantage that alternating current provides for the power grid is that it is relatively easy
    to change the voltage using a transformer.

    How does this work? Say you have a power plant that can produce 1 million watts of power.
    One way to transmit that power would be to send 1 million amps at 1 volt. Another way to transmit it
    would be to send 1 amp at 1 million volts. Sending 1 amp requires only a thin wire, and not much of
    the power is lost to heat during transmission. Sending 1 million amps would require a huge wire.
    So power companies convert alternating current to very high voltages for transmission,
    then drop it back down to lower voltages for distribution, and finally down to 120 volts for safety.
    To learn more, read How Power Grids Work. (howstuffworks)

    Electricity degrades with distance transmitted giving rooftop solar an
    efficiency advantage over utility-scale solar which also requires land.
    EIA estimates that national electricity transmission and distribution losses average
    about 6% of the electricity that is transmitted and distributed in the U.S. each year.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 6 hours ago Flag

    is exclusively manufactured at the company's headquarters in Allgäu
    has also been TÜV certified since 2011.
    Sonnenbatterie GmbH consistently invests in research and development that also predominantly
    takes place at the company's Bavarian headquarters. The detailed data of several hundred systems,
    which have been evaluated using anonymous online monitoring since 2011,
    form the solid and realistic basis for the customized development of the Sonnenbatterie.
    In 2010 the practical feasibility of the first Sonnenbatterie were tested in several single-family homes
    under real world conditions. Once the fine-tuning based on these findings had been completed,
    the Sonnenbatterie was introduced to the German and Austrian markets in January 2011
    as one of the first proven and transportable intelligent lithium storage systems.
    The company is a pioneer in what is now a rapidly growing storage market
    and now has over 80 qualified employees. (homepage excerpt)

    Note that Euro-weakness could help export sales particularly to the U.S. Northeast.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 6 hours ago Flag

    by Meghan Rosen, SN (Science News) May 17, 2014, p.11

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 6 hours ago Flag

    are available everywhere in the United States, although some areas receive less sunlight than others,
    depending on the climate and seasons.
    The greatest solar resources are located in the Southwestern states, where sufficient solar energy
    falls on an area of 100 miles by 100 miles to provide all of the nation's electricity requirements.--EPA

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 6 hours ago Flag

    Batteries, fuel cells, and solar cells all produce direct current (DC) which always flows in the
    same direction between positive and negative terminals.
    A power plant generates alternating current (AC). The direction of the current reverses, or alternates,
    60 times per second (in the U.S.) or 50 times per second (in Europe, for example).
    The power available at a wall socket in the U.S. is 120-volt, 60-cycle AC.
    The advantage that alternating current provides for the power grid is that it is relatively easy
    to change the voltage using a transformer.

    How does this work? Say you have a power plant that can produce 1 million watts of power.
    One way to transmit that power would be to send 1 million amps at 1 volt. Another way to transmit it
    would be to send 1 amp at 1 million volts. Sending 1 amp requires only a thin wire, and not much of
    the power is lost to heat during transmission. Sending 1 million amps would require a huge wire.
    So power companies convert alternating current to very high voltages for transmission,
    then drop it back down to lower voltages for distribution, and finally down to 120 volts for safety.
    To learn more, read How Power Grids Work. (howstuffworks)

    Electricity degrades with distance transmitted giving rooftop solar an
    efficiency advantage over utility-scale solar which also requires land.
    EIA estimates that national electricity transmission and distribution losses average
    about 6% of the electricity that is transmitted and distributed in the U.S. each year.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 7 hours ago Flag

    rooftop solar on their homes without fear of reprisal?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 7 hours ago Flag

    Search Web to watch DIY videos.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 7 hours ago Flag

    based on a survey of 90 experts by John Abraham (theguardian 4 December 2013)
    "According to the best case scenario (humans take very aggressive action to
    reduce greenhouse gases), the experts think sea level rise will likely be about
    1.3–2.0 feet by 2100 and 2.0–3.3 feet by 2300.
    According to the more likely higher emission scenario, the results are
    2.3–3.9 feet by 2100 and 6.5–9.8 feet by 2300."
    Search Web for maps projecting threats to coastal areas.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 7 hours ago Flag

    by Meghan Rosen, SN (Science News) May 17, 2014, p.11

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 7 hours ago Flag

    is exclusively manufactured at the company's headquarters in Allgäu
    has also been TÜV certified since 2011.
    Sonnenbatterie GmbH consistently invests in research and development that also predominantly
    takes place at the company's Bavarian headquarters. The detailed data of several hundred systems,
    which have been evaluated using anonymous online monitoring since 2011,
    form the solid and realistic basis for the customized development of the Sonnenbatterie.
    In 2010 the practical feasibility of the first Sonnenbatterie were tested in several single-family homes
    under real world conditions. Once the fine-tuning based on these findings had been completed,
    the Sonnenbatterie was introduced to the German and Austrian markets in January 2011
    as one of the first proven and transportable intelligent lithium storage systems.
    The company is a pioneer in what is now a rapidly growing storage market
    and now has over 80 qualified employees. (homepage excerpt)

    Note that Euro-weakness could help export sales particularly to the U.S. Northeast.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 7 hours ago Flag

    are available everywhere in the United States, although some areas receive less sunlight than others,
    depending on the climate and seasons.
    The greatest solar resources are located in the Southwestern states, where sufficient solar energy
    falls on an area of 100 miles by 100 miles to provide all of the nation's electricity requirements.--EPA

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    DC vs. AC

    by investors_liberation_movement 9 hours ago
    investors_liberation_movement investors_liberation_movement 7 hours ago Flag

    Electricity degrades with distance transmitted giving rooftop solar an
    efficiency advantage over utility-scale solar which also requires land.
    EIA estimates that national electricity transmission and distribution losses average
    about 6% of the electricity that is transmitted and distributed in the U.S. each year.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 7 hours ago Flag

    Batteries, fuel cells, and solar cells all produce direct current (DC) which always flows in the
    same direction between positive and negative terminals.
    A power plant generates alternating current (AC). The direction of the current reverses, or alternates,
    60 times per second (in the U.S.) or 50 times per second (in Europe, for example).
    The power available at a wall socket in the U.S. is 120-volt, 60-cycle AC.
    The advantage that alternating current provides for the power grid is that it is relatively easy
    to change the voltage using a transformer.

    How does this work? Say you have a power plant that can produce 1 million watts of power.
    One way to transmit that power would be to send 1 million amps at 1 volt. Another way to transmit it
    would be to send 1 amp at 1 million volts. Sending 1 amp requires only a thin wire, and not much of
    the power is lost to heat during transmission. Sending 1 million amps would require a huge wire.
    So power companies convert alternating current to very high voltages for transmission,
    then drop it back down to lower voltages for distribution, and finally down to 120 volts for safety.
    To learn more, read How Power Grids Work. (howstuffworks)

    Electricity degrades with distance transmitted giving rooftop solar an
    efficiency advantage over utility-scale solar which also requires land.
    EIA estimates that national electricity transmission and distribution losses average
    about 6% of the electricity that is transmitted and distributed in the U.S. each year.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 8 hours ago Flag

    based on a survey of 90 experts by John Abraham (theguardian dated 4 December 2013)
    "According to the best case scenario (humans take very aggressive action to
    reduce greenhouse gases), the experts think sea level rise will likely be about
    1.3–2.0 feet by 2100 and 2.0–3.3 feet by 2300.
    According to the more likely higher emission scenario, the results are
    2.3–3.9 feet by 2100 and 6.5–9.8 feet by 2300."
    Search Web for maps projecting threats to coastal areas.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 8 hours ago Flag

    are available everywhere in the United States, although some areas receive less sunlight than others,
    depending on the climate and seasons.
    The greatest solar resources are located in the Southwestern states, where sufficient solar energy
    falls on an area of 100 miles by 100 miles to provide all of the nation's electricity requirements.--EPA

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 8 hours ago Flag

    by Meghan Rosen, SN (Science News) May 17, 2014, p.11

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 9 hours ago Flag

    is exclusively manufactured at the company's headquarters in Allgäu
    has also been TÜV certified since 2011.
    Sonnenbatterie GmbH consistently invests in research and development that also predominantly
    takes place at the company's Bavarian headquarters. The detailed data of several hundred systems,
    which have been evaluated using anonymous online monitoring since 2011,
    form the solid and realistic basis for the customized development of the Sonnenbatterie.
    In 2010 the practical feasibility of the first Sonnenbatterie were tested in several single-family homes
    under real world conditions. Once the fine-tuning based on these findings had been completed,
    the Sonnenbatterie was introduced to the German and Austrian markets in January 2011
    as one of the first proven and transportable intelligent lithium storage systems.
    The company is a pioneer in what is now a rapidly growing storage market
    and now has over 80 qualified employees. (homepage excerpt)

    Note that Euro-weakness could help export sales particularly to the U.S. Northeast.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    web page..new drill

    by wadediz108 9 hours ago
    investors_liberation_movement investors_liberation_movement 9 hours ago Flag

    deliberate misdirection?
    Website is in Chinese showing WINDMILLS and "Senkun" in English.
    Now holders know you're part of the elaborate swindle.
    For whom do you post? Are you connected to the Banshee gang?

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 9 hours ago Flag

    Batteries, fuel cells, and solar cells all produce direct current (DC) which always flows in the
    same direction between positive and negative terminals.
    A power plant generates alternating current (AC). The direction of the current reverses, or alternates,
    60 times per second (in the U.S.) or 50 times per second (in Europe, for example).
    The power available at a wall socket in the U.S. is 120-volt, 60-cycle AC.
    The advantage that alternating current provides for the power grid is that it is relatively easy
    to change the voltage using a transformer.

    How does this work? Say you have a power plant that can produce 1 million watts of power.
    One way to transmit that power would be to send 1 million amps at 1 volt. Another way to transmit it
    would be to send 1 amp at 1 million volts. Sending 1 amp requires only a thin wire, and not much of
    the power is lost to heat during transmission. Sending 1 million amps would require a huge wire.
    So power companies convert alternating current to very high voltages for transmission,
    then drop it back down to lower voltages for distribution, and finally down to 120 volts for safety.
    To learn more, read How Power Grids Work. (howstuffworks)

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • investors_liberation_movement by investors_liberation_movement 10 hours ago Flag

    are available everywhere in the United States, although some areas receive less sunlight than others,
    depending on the climate and seasons.
    The greatest solar resources are located in the Southwestern states, where sufficient solar energy
    falls on an area of 100 miles by 100 miles to provide all of the nation's electricity requirements.--EPA

    Sentiment: Strong Sell