Leasing solar panels and acquiring an electric vehicle helped clear a mental block that had kept me from writing much about industrial climate disruption for about two years.
My solar panels face east and west instead of south. This gave me an opportunity to directly observe a plant photosynthesis effect, namely how cloudy days with diffuse sunlight affects energy production compared to clear days with direct sunlight.
My home’s SolarCity solar panels have been up and running for nearly a month now and while there haven’t been bumps along the way, there have been some interesting discoveries.
The SolarCity solar panels took six weeks to schedule, two days to install, and it may be another two months before they’re finally turned on.
Summer 2014 will be forever remembered as the point at which renewable energy and economics met for a Colorado family.
“My wife and I were happy for twenty years. Then we met.” Who said it?
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