Discussion in 'Energy' started by catzmeow, Apr 9, 2009.
Coming Soon to the Sunshine State: The Sunshine City
I hope it works.
It's a great idea.
I'm surprised more houses don't have solar. I even have a friend who lives in a neighborhood that is resisting his efforts to add solar panels to his home. Some people have no vision.
Solar is perfect for our climate in Florida. I don't get people who would be resistant to solar. Stupidity embodied.
It sounds workable. The only part I'm not certain about is keeping the majority of those that live there working there.
Hey Said1 and Toro...
This is an idea for you and your people!
This is why SOLAR IS SUBSIDIZED.
very cool....here is one i have been working on for the past few years....
Sonoma Mountain Village
How much energy does it take to run the industry that makes solar panels.
How much pollution does the fab industry of Asia create making the material for solar panels.
Near as I can tell, the worlds biggest solar farm cannot power the industry it takes to make solar panels.
You cannot be green unless you can present all the facts.
Dude, it's FLORIDA...aka God's Waiting Room. The majority of the population in that part of Florida is retired. You just need enough to provide basic services.
Are you suggesting that solar panels that operate for an effective lifespan of 40 years can't replace their own carbon footprint?
In addition to whatever is wrong with your dog's crotch, I think there's a problem with your brain.
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