The Three Biggest Solar Charts of 2014

Date: 6 Jan 2015 | posted in: Energy, Energy Self Reliant States | 3 Facebooktwitterredditmail
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John Farrell directs the Energy Democracy initiative at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance and he develops tools that allow communities to take charge of their energy future, and pursue the maximum economic benefits of the transition to 100% renewable power.

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  1. Nancy L
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    John: great work as always. I am wondering if next time you can’t please specify in the slide title whether the installed cost of solar includes rebates (what is left of them) and/or tax benefits. THANK YOU! Happy 2015 to you and your family!

  2. Antigonishjohn
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    It’s great to watch installed solar prices decline as usage increases. It reminds me of similar trends for consumer electronics a few decades ago. But cheaper residential electricity from solar heat in our cold winters will be like a Godsend for poor families.

  3. solarman
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    Renewables Account for 75 Percent of New US Generating Capacity in First Quarter of 2015

    http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/news/article/2015/04/renewables-account-for-75-percent-of-new-us-generating-capacity-in-first-quarter-of-2015

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