Its amost impossible to figure before hand anyway...." based on an average 4% per annum price increase....." blah, blah. I spent a year doing this for bean counters, the "smart investor system".
Never again. If it hasnt sold itself on its merits, i do not want to install it. They will never be happy. Their investments could rarely exceed the cost stabilisation and returns of pv but they want instant gratification and mega profit. Not going to happen unless you are the utility.
The best system is the one that provides clean reliable power for people who appreciate that.
I was thinking the same thing, but put a lot of thought into this, seeking my localenergy provider would be worthless, they could be to profit - For instance solar panels don’t produce higher electricity output if it’s hotter, that’s a myth…
People neglect this every day, saying climate change is a hoax, and that alternative sources of power that create less fossil fuels for energy are a hoax as well. That’ why big companies come up with ecological reasons to say it is ‘over rated’… because you’re still burning fossil fuels in your kitchen every day, so all we can really do is think of alternatives and accept global warming is real. You do not need to do nothing, you can still reduce fossil fuels and pollution contributing to to a worsened GHG effect.
So I am really doing a better job for two things, me and the environment by switching to solar, not using an alternative...
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