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  • They need to answer the same question that we ask the producers of photovoltaic solar installations. How much photovoltaic solar energy (PV) is required for each of the following steps: 1. Manufacture of (a) the PV installation (b) the Tesla batteries needed for that installation 2. Maintenance of a and b and replacement in due time 3. Maintaining our stores of all materials 4...
    Thomas Wayburn May 2
  • Hi Folks, I can’t resist chiming in here: The wording of my subject line suggests a thousand-page book; but, I have only one small comment. Although I consider myself a devout atheist, my faith in evolution is boundless. What disturbs me is the growing number of peer-reviewed papers that leave planned economies and wealth sharing out of account despite the huge portion of our...
    Thomas Wayburn Feb 8
  • Correct. I have no proof but I would say that there is more solar used in the oil and gas industry than on residential housing in Texas. Russell Warren Graybar Electric On Jan 27, 2015, at 4:16 PM, "' gamyers@^$1 ' gamyers@^$2 [hreg]" < hreg@^$3 > wrote: Also remember wellheads and pipelines have had solar on them for 30 plus years. Sent from my Sprint phone. ----- Reply message...
    Russell Warren Jan 27
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  •  Here is the details. https://www.reliant.com/en/residential/my-reliant/save-energy/smart-energy-solutions/smart-plans/solar-sell-back.jsp -----Original Message----- From: hreg@^$1 [mailto:hreg@^$2] Sent: Monday, June 30, 2014 8:13 PM To: hreg@^$3 Subject: Re: [hreg] Radical promise of solar I can not find, at the Reliant website, info about the buyback plan. Nor can I find it...
    Russell Warren Jun 30, 2014
  • Actually reliant and green mountain are both owned by NRG and have the same buy back agreement at full retail price up to a limit. What you said is true of most providers but reliant is actually one of the good guys in this regard as is NRG in whole. Russell Warren Graybar Electric 281-217-1563 On Jun 30, 2014, at 12:20 PM, "William Swann william.swann2@^$1 [hreg]" < hreg@^$2...
    Russell Warren Jun 30, 2014
  • Hello Everyone, This is a great idea whose time has come, provided only two conditions are met: (1) The energy returned by these panels is greater than the energy expenses of building, maintaining, and replacing the panels while maintaining the stockpiles of materials employed in their construction and maintenance at a steady-state by aggressive recycling without otherwise...
    Thomas Wayburn Jun 6, 2014
  • If anyone is going to bring any amount of what we call Blue Dow, namely, the blue Styrofoam sheets manufactured by Dow Chemical or Dow-Corning that are used for insulation especially in the Northeast portion of the US and other colder states and is sold in ½”, ¾”, and 1” thicknesses at Home Depot and Lowes, please say so in this forum. I am interested not to merely recycle...
    Thomas Wayburn Apr 22, 2014
  • Holy smokes! If you have ¾ “ thick or thicker Styrofoam sheets of 12” X 12” expanse or greater, please don’t melt them down. Let me fill the truck of my car with them. If the volume is greater than that, I’ll take appropriate steps. I have an excellent use for them. Tom Wayburn, Northwest Crossing Model Railroad Club “A thing of beauty is a joy forever.” From: hreg...
    Thomas Wayburn Apr 21, 2014
  • Personally I would use one of the nrg companies. Reliant, green mountain, pennywise power. I am sure you will find someone with a bad experience but in 11 years I have never had a single billing issue with them. Russell Warren Graybar Electric 281-217-1563 On Jun 3, 2013, at 9:07 AM, "J P Malone" < JPMALONE@^$1 > wrote: I just wanted to alert others to the huge ongoing problems we...
    Russell Warren Jun 3, 2013
  • There seems to be a plan from TXU that actually is less expensive for people who use less energy. So far it is the only one I have found. It seems to be one of the least expensive for usage in the 500 kWh range. This is the energy facts label. http://www.txu.com/~/media/Files/Marketing/Residential/EFLs/CPXCSVRE1212AB_ENG.pdf
    Russell Warren May 7, 2013