Thanks for the insights.  Looks like I may simply run an extension cord
across the back 40 to the shed for the 2 week incubation period..

On Tue, Sep 8, 2015 at 8:01 AM, Mitch Haley via Mercedes <
mercedes@okiebenz.com> wrote:

> Rick Knoble via Mercedes wrote:
>
>> ā€ˇPhilip writes:
>>
>> A quick look at Amazon for
>>> prices results in almost $500 to >run two heat pads.
>>>
>>
>> Which is why, without subsidies, solar makes NO economic sense.
>>
>
> Medium-large name brand home panels can be had for under $1 per rated watt.
> So figure $0.20-0.25 per daily watt-hour, plus mounts, wiring, inverter,
> etc.
> My after tax rate for electricity is 0.14+, so it can pay off in the
> lifetime
> of the equipment now, the bare PV panel cost can be recovered in 4-5 years.
>
>
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