Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017

Green Energy or Cheap Energy? You Choose

<img src="http://www.davidsellers.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-o-matic/cache/e6b27d87b9_1b9723c0389eb70f510f6a7067000def.jpg" width="130" height="86" alt="Sunlight streams onto the Maywood Solar Farm in Indianapolis on Tuesday, April 15, 2014. The 8-megawatt solar farm completed last month is the nation's largest solar farm on a federal Superfund site. The 43-acre farm sits on a portion of a 120-acre Superfund site tainted by decades of coal-tar refining and wood-treatment operations. The farm's solar panels feed power into Indianapolis Power & Light’s electrical grid. (AP Photo/Rick Callahan)” align=”left” title=”Sunlight streams onto the Maywood Solar Farm in Indianapolis on Tuesday, April 15, 2014. The 8-megawatt solar farm completed last month is the nation’s largest solar farm on a federal Superfund site. The 43-acre farm sits on a portion of a 120-acre Superfund site tainted by decades of coal-tar refining and wood-treatment operations. The farm’s solar panels feed power into Indianapolis Power & Light’s electrical grid. (AP Photo/Rick Callahan)” border=”0″ />Not only can homes with photovoltaic cells and wind turbines generate electricity, but they can also sell that juice on the backs of grids that the power companies pay to maintain. No wonder they’re asking states to tax renewables.


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