That’s actually not true, Charles

Posted on Thu 11/18/2010 by


Andrew BoltBy Andrew Bolt

I hope reporter Charles Wooley’s journalism isn’t as flagrantly wrong as his spruiking for rooftop solar panels which won’t actually supply power for factories or for homes when it’s dark or cloudy.

And has he mentioned that a nation run on this form of solar power will pay at least six times more for its wholesale power, not including the cost of the backup?

TonyfromOz adds…..

For an in depth explanation of how Household rooftop solar panel power is not what it is being touted to be, take the link to the following Post.

Household Solar Power – Don’t Believe The Hype

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