I think that is quite valid. After considering this for a while I do have doubts about Texas as a good market. If I lived in California, North Carolina, or Florida. I would be more inclined to attempt a business since the people and the government have a much more aggressive interest in Alternative energy (Rebates, and conservationist cultures).
Richard D. Kelley, PMP
Certified Project Manger
(281) 933 - 3958
From: Steven Shepard [SMTP:sbtdesigns@...
Sent: Monday, December 29, 2003 11:17 AM
Subject: Re: [hreg] Re: Solor Energy anyone?
I think another thing you will notice is that even when a homeowner or user
gets ready to invest in solar technology they will get on the net and order
product and services from out of state in an attempt to get a better price.
Texans typically do not see any value in local sales and support for this
product. This habit and practice does very little for the regional economy
and the Texas solar industry.
If your plans are get into this business you better have a backup means of
feeding your family.
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