Monthly Archives: November 2011

Utilities melt in the Sun, just like…

Utilities melt in the Sun, just like, vampires. Imagine a new TV show: Those who walk during the day gathering energy from the sun and those who are willing to live forever with policies that keep solar energy in the … Continue reading

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Where is the Sun?

The sun is not in the ground. It may not be obvious, but Solar energy requires no invasive surgery on our planet. Every day we look below the Earth’s surface for energy. Why are we drilling and fracking when we … Continue reading

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Too much Green Power?

It seems there can be too much green power at times. In June 2010 up in the Pacific North West, the wind was blowing and rain was falling out of the sky in large proportions. With all this green energy … Continue reading

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Edison / LADWP and the stealing of the Sun

Edison is stealing from all new solar customers. If you install a new solar system and you generate power – Edison is not giving you credit for three months. Some or our customers are loosing over $1000.This is unfair and … Continue reading

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Solar and the SO CAL utilities, Edison and LADWP

Edison is stealing from all new solar customers. If you install a new solar system and you generate power – Edison is not giving you credit for three months. Some or our customers are loosing over $1000. This is unfair … Continue reading

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