October 2017

Dramatic rise in solar pv

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Fossil Fuels May Be Gone After A Cheap Battery Is Made

Many people are looking ahead to what the future may hold. Amidst the debate, people are starting to find out that there’s something grand coming in the form of technology, and fuel. You see, Europe’s biggest solar power company is striking out to end the dependency on oil that everyone has. In fact, they are starting to transform solar into a powerful alternative to oil, that Big Oil will not like.

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Could Solar Be Stabilising? Or Is It A Rollercoaster Still?

Posted by on Oct 4, 2017 in Government subsidies
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There have been an evolution in the way that people get their power. Power consumption and changes have come through in a variety of different ways, and people of all backgrounds have started to adopt greener measures. But one of the things that is starting to be problematic overall is that of cost, and options. Even though solar is starting to get a good conversation in play, the cost has been quite difficult because of the reliance people have on a grid. The grid energy element costs a great deal and some have called the solar power boom a failure, since there’s a “roller coaster” of cost, and savings that doesn’t level out with ease.

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