Except that a careful shopper can cut the price in half and electricity isn't 
getting cheaper every year.
Solar systems are going in all over the place in MA. We have limited 
transmission capacity so point generation makes way more sense.The panels are 
rated for 30 years at which point they aren't broken, they just decrease in 
capacity. With no moving parts they never fail except for impact damage...
In the next 3-5 years I plan to put solar hot water on our house, payback is in 
the 3-5 year range. My aunt and uncle have it and crow about it being the best 
thing since sliced bread. I need to upgrade our heat/hot water system to 
support it first...
-Curt
      From: Rick Knoble via Mercedes <mercedes@okiebenz.com>
 To: fmiser via Mercedes <mercedes@okiebenz.com> 
Cc: Rick Knoble <rickkno...@hotmail.com> 
 Sent: Tuesday, September 8, 2015 7:22 AM
 Subject: Re: [MBZ] OT: Practical solar application
   
‎Philip 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. 
‎
Rick 
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