RE: [hreg] Fw: Re: Green/electricity pricing
- Try the Solar Guide Factbase by the American Solar Energy Society. It has
lots of reports. http://www.ases.org/
The US National Renewable Energy Lab has programs in Brazil. Were you aware
of them? http://www.nrel.gov/international/international_text.html Click on
Applications. Also, Sandia National Labs may have some good advice.
Manfred, what you say makes a lot of sense. Good luck in Brazil!
From: Marge Wood [mailto:othermother6@...]
Sent: Friday, June 01, 2001 8:05 AM
Subject: [hreg] Fw: Re: Green/electricity pricing
anyone want to answer this? I'm not on hreg but thought someone there
might have the answer to this. marge
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From: "Manfred" <manfred@...>
Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2001 08:15:49 -0300
Subject: Re: Green/electricity pricing
In Brazil we have now an energy problem. There is not enough energy in
pubic electricity supply at the moment. The government like to invest in
atom energy (1.8 billion $) . This money could be also invested in green
energy (for example solar heating).
All the showers here work with electricity 4000W to 7000W. With solar
heating you can economize a lot of energy.
Did you know where I can get statistical data's (or calculations) of
production an prices (in $ /kWh) for solar heating ?
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From: Peter Connor <p.m.connor@...>
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2001 12:04 PM
Subject: Green/electricity pricing
> Somebody asked about comparative pricing of electricity and of
> green electricity earlier, don't have anything for the US, but the
> URL following gives some prices for green energy schemes in
> Europe and the second gives general comparison material for
> electricity in the UK
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