Comments On - Future is Bright for Solar

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a', Houston, TX
Posted: 10/5/2013 7:09:55 AM
Maybe not a breakthrough, but some definite momemtum and upswing. It is getting closer for the average family to handle and it not out of reach completely. Good news.
p, o, WI
Posted: 4/7/2011 10:02:49 AM
y, y, UT
Posted: 4/6/2011 11:58:53 PM
i, i, ID
Posted: 4/5/2011 11:48:17 PM
k, kp, ID
Posted: 4/4/2011 11:58:01 PM
These are great steps forward, but the costs will have to be reduced significantly before it will become the standard for homes to have PV and Solar heating. The average family still cannot afford to install them simply because of the high initial cost. Not everybody is a do-it-yourselfer and the costs is prohibitive for many. Subsidies are fine, in theory, but we all pay for them either through taxes or higher utility rates. When "the breakthrough" actually comes and prices are reduced to pay for themselves in 5 years or less, then you'll see widespread conversion to these technologies.
Bruce, Las Vegas, NV
Posted: 4/4/2011 8:45:10 AM
Solar power is one the best ways to generate electricity on a home level. I'm glad to hear that the grant program for solar and renewable energy projects has been extended.
David, Omaha, NE
Posted: 4/3/2011 7:07:20 AM
Sounds great.
k, k, LA
Posted: 4/2/2011 1:52:14 PM
This really is something I want to get into.
Galadriel, Lothlorien, ME
Posted: 4/1/2011 11:43:43 PM
Grow, baby, grow!
Missy, Altoona, PA
Posted: 4/1/2011 6:24:21 PM
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