28 Jan '15, 3pm

#solar

Susan Kraemer, you are wrong, we are not reaching the limits of growth, historically the price of solar per kWh halves every 2.5 years, I see no reason for that trend to slow, just because we are at the economy of scale mass manufacture point. True in the US and Australia, anti solar forces have rallied, but 1 in 5 households in Oz have solar on their rooftops, a million Aussies, sure were busily wrecking the industry, since the conservatives took power. But Asia has a population 5 times the size of ours combined, they've been having a second industrial revolution, so a third industrial revolution doesn't scare them into being conned to stop the revolution. Solar power is now 1/100 th the price per kWh, that it was in 1977, 1% of the world's deserts, could supply all the power we currently use, 25%, a quarter of the world's deserts, could supply 25 times as much power as w...

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