• Nate Lewis
  • Chief Revenue Officer the point...California has set a Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS - AB32)) where 33% of its power is mandated to come from renewable sources by 2020. Solar power installations on large-scale solar farms (to bring down cost through economies of scale in manufacturing and discovery of innovation), commercial buildings (to offset these heavy, peak hour users) and residential homes (to conveniently feed into the grid through ALREADY EXISTING transmission entries) will all be needed to meet this RPS goal. Solar power technology keeps the air clean while generating electricity. Clean technology like solar not only benefits the quality of our own individual lives, but will provide a critical long-term benefit to the earth and the entire species of plants and animals that live on it. Anyone disagree?


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