Did you catch the latex news. All during the 2012 campaign high gas prices are bad for the economy and it was all the presidents fault.
NOW the latex news is LOW gas prices are bad for the economy and it's all the presidents fault.
They have CRIED here that power rates have gone up 30% and it's bad for the economy and it's all the presidents fault.
And I've read here how coal prices have dropped and it's bad for the economy and it all the government/President's fault.
And when solar drops the power price, it's going to be bad for the economy, and BO is going to get the blame AGAIN.
They waver all over the place.
Haven't they ever heard about the straight and narrow?
I'd hate to see them on judgement day.
Meanwhile we have the same message.
1. tread as lightly on the earth as possible.
2. when you do take some out of the earth use it the best that you can.
3. keep the air/water an clean as possible......
4. enjoy life!
Alaska too...... Watch all the Alaska programs and you see solar EVERYWHERE. Especially if you live out of town. String wires is EXPENSIVE. Running generators is expensive. Hauling gas is DANGEROUS. During the 20HR days you can really produce power.
Coal people are crying because BO is too rough on them.
We are complaining because BO is to EASY on them.
According to Deutsche Bank
Right now, the cost of a rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) system has reached grid parity - which means it costs the same or less than getting electricity from the power grid - in 10 U.S. states. That might seem like a lot, but it's just the beginning, according to the solar energy analyst at Deutsche Bank, Vishal Shah. In his latest industry report, he predicts that by 2016, solar rooftop will reach grid parity in 50 U.S. states. No need to tell you, this would be a watershed event, no doubt creating a new inflection point in the growth of solar power.
That is why a Tesla. Leave the hose full with 260 Miles range. You do an 80% fill real fast and go. You DO have to see if it's right for you. In winter coast to coast in 76 hours. In warmer weather they did it in 68 hours. The Model 3 will be more affordable and practical. 8 years unlimited miles drive train warranty, Model D 0 to 60 in 3.2 seconds. 5 adults 5 kids 2 trunks. Battery swapping starting this year, demo flipped 2 batteries in the time it takes to fill 1 Audi.
120KW/H charging, with 150KW/H coming eventually almost as fast charging. With my family it is fast enough.
Graphene batteries will be faster charging and more capacity....
Irritating GM and Ford enough for them to look into some competition. Cadillac EV attempt failed very badly.
Shine baby shine! 100KW system for his pig of a house.
$37,000 yearly electric bill to $12....
A tree falls on a power line in Ohio. Knocks out the whole NE part of the country.
That was enough for him....
Shine baby shine! On youtube......
Yep, even in Kentucky they are swapping Coal Energy for Solar Energy .....
You know that coal hating liberal state of Kentucky!
In Kentucky, a COAL state! No Coal needed!
BOWLING GREEN, Ky (WBKO) --Energy award winning Richardsville Elementary, has been not only been saving money, but it's also been making money, and it's all because of its solar panels. The Warren County School Board decided to extend its contract with Tennessee Valley Authority to continue using solar power at Richardsville Elementary school through them, in the past four years of their original ten year contract, they've actually made more money producing solar energy than the spend on their electric bill.
And from the ABC article:
This July 2014 photo provided by Samuel Avery shows a 2014 Chevy Volt plug in Hart County, Ky.
Kentucky?????? Isn't that a coal state?
He only responsibility is to shareholders and bondholders. And part of he responsibility is to burn shorts!
Your pain is our gain!