The interesting thing about this carbon brief map is that my 5kw array is
not listed.  My installation predates a number of the large 5+ MW
installations that are highlighted when moused over.  It would take a
thousand of my type of installations to make up one yellow dot on the map
but I know that there are such roof top installations in this state just by
the sheer number of solar installation companies and by how long they have
been in business.

I am wondering if this map is under reporting the amount of solar sourced
generation taking place?  And if so, are other sources of information under
reporting the total amount of electricity being generated?  We may be
"cleaner" than we think.  Also, what about solar hot water?

On Thu, Oct 19, 2017 at 11:46 PM, Rush Dougherty via EV <>

> Here is an excellent site,, that has a great interactive
> graphic
> about how we generate our electricity. This kind of website should be
> extremely
> useful in the future if the EPA and other governmental websites do not
> publish
> public information.
> Take AZ for example. If I rem correctly, an area 10 miles by 10 miles of
> solar
> panels could generate enough electricity for the AZ usage alone, but yet
> we have
> the majority of our elec produced by gas, coal and nuclear... which I am
> sure is
> much more than 10 miles square of the power plans, train tracks, gas lines
> etc.
> The problem as we all know is storage... but it seems like that problem is
> going
> to be solved, or is already solved if we just start manufacturing enough
> storage
> capacity.
> Rush Dougherty
> Tucson AZ 85719
> Rush Dougherty
> Tucson AZ 85719
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