Solar Energy Return

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Swiss study finds solar (photovoltaics) consumes more energy to produce than its lifetime energy production, with an ERoEI of 0.8. Unless it's a remote telephone on a hiking trail or a blinking buoy, solar is a joke. ~ Peter St Onge

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Solar Power
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There centralized (big plant) or distributed (residential) solar power, with goals of targets or residential use. They all have different issues. While I like the idea of residential Solar Power and people not being dependent on government regulated grids, and having the ability to survive in case of natural or man made disasters, and I plan on adding it to my next home, what I don't like is lies (flim-flam), about how much Solar Power costs, or the bullshit about how "green" it is. It is not as green as the proponents pretend, and if it was cheaper, how come places that implement it at scale have higher energy costs and less reliability? Someday, it might be ready (and that may be coming in a few short years or decades), but the point is that means they've been lying for the last 30 that it had already reached cross-over. Here's some of the lies.