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Message 1191151 - Posted: 3 Feb 2012, 4:10:45 UTC
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There is one current example could show realistic path for renewable energy future for everyone. In Germany a village called Wildpoldsried produces 321% more energy than it needs – and it’s generating 4.0 million Euro (US $5.7 million) in annual revenue by selling it back to the national grid:
http://inhabitat.com/german-village-produces-321-more-energy-than-it-needs/wildpoldsried-germany/


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Message 1191152 - Posted: 3 Feb 2012, 4:14:19 UTC
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And this above example belongs to even colder solar zone of the earth considering this map:
The thing is this few months old news is especially ignored by big news medias. Well with obvious reasons oil power I guess.

For the first half of 2011 Solar power now constitutes 3.5% of total electricity supply in germany according to Association of German Energy Suppliers (BDEW).


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Message 1191165 - Posted: 3 Feb 2012, 7:04:27 UTC

Solar panels have come a long way in the last 40 years since I graduated from college. The price has come way down and the power output has increased several fold.


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