Hello, I didn't see this section. Would you add HGUE - Solterra Renewable ...

Suggestion by 71.230.10.58 on 2009-03-23 04:41:17

Hello, I didn't see this section. Would you add HGUE - Solterra Renewable Technologies to the article section for companies that stand to benefit. They are definitely developing as the market leader and have a lot to offer the industry. They do stand to benefit and should be included. Thanks, Bill ih8aloss@yahoo.com

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Solar (industry/technology) growth as a function of Oil prices

Driving forces for Solar Power:

  1. Government incentives
  2. High crude oil prices (upto $148 in june 2008 timeframe)
  3. Green Energy

With crude oil below $58 (11/14/2008) the will this impact solar growth trends?

please ignore me if i'm incorrect, but this doesn't make sense to me: &...

Suggestion by 71.130.86.191 on 2008-04-17 05:09:54

please ignore me if i'm incorrect, but this doesn't make sense to me: "Annual installations worldwide were just under 1,500 MW in 2005 (which, given solar panel efficiencies of any where from 10-30%, really represents about 300 MW of capacity) for sales of just under $10 billion." efficiency of solar modules is based on conversion of available sunlight to electricity. modules rated at 165 watts put out 165 watts which is i assume "10-30%" of available light energy. 1500MW = 1500MW...

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good job

Suggestion by 72.48.236.6 on 2008-04-07 19:32:05

good job

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* PV panel manufacturing is heavily influenced by the availability and p...

Suggestion by 216.204.206.146 on 2007-10-25 06:30:00

  • PV panel manufacturing is heavily influenced by the availability and price of silicon
  • What about solar thermal generation? Plants are cheaper to build and maintain. Several new plants are now operating.
  • Another copmany: Evergreen Solar (ESLR). Small company, but with a novel PV manufacturing technique.
  • Government tax breaks and other subsidies could have a big impact on home PV installation, in existing homes or new construction. California probably would be leading the way here. So solar industry may be linked to the home building industry.
  • PowerShares has an ETF for renewable energy in general (PBW I think).

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What about Ausra? Why no mention of this hot new company?

Suggestion by 70.147.55.41 on 2007-10-08 07:47:10

What about Ausra? Why no mention of this hot new company?

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Are they public? If so, what is their ticker and where is Ausra listed? Can't find a listing for them...

--Jay 10:40, October 8, 2007 (PDT)

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