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  • The EU, China Offer Case Study Warnings For Green Economy Stocks [View article]
    lol, and that is your personal fact, Mister Straychan, in return :)
    We mustn't forget that the "facts" we present here are nothing but choices we make from what we get handed from online or media sources, the choices are then chosen based on our personal opinion which in turn robs it of all objectivity. Non of us here are true experts, lets not forget that. Strong opinions don't change that a bit. I do see that the global install of solar systems has risen at an explosive level and that is actually a fact which is not just my opinion, therefore:

    " Countries across the globe are abandoning their costly "green" agendas.

    The 2014 election may tilt the balance of power against the "green" agenda in the US."

    at least those two points are definitely garbage. The US installations of Solar are not as important as they used to be. Even if the US adopted a anti solar attitude it would not stop the increase in solar installations worldwide. US Solar companies have sort of missed the train at this point and are playing catch up at best and if the rest of the world keeps adopting solar then the US won't ignore it as it hasn't done in the past. Thank god here are a lot of people in this country who are less ignorant and less scared of some sort of weakness, than our author is.
    Mar 23 04:14 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The EU, China Offer Case Study Warnings For Green Economy Stocks [View article]
    Robert you obviously are on your own agenda here but just for good fun, here are some facts: PV power Worldwide
    2005: 5.4GW.
    2006: 6.9GW.
    2007: 9.5GW.
    2008: 16.2GW.
    2009: 23.6GW.
    2010: 40.7GW.
    2011: 71.1GW.
    2012: 102.2GW.

    Estimated cumulative installed capacity of Solar power to exceed 450GW by 2017.

    Does that sound like a industry at the brink of death?

    Robert would you say that Nuclear energy Coal and Oil are currently being subsidized or ever have been subsidized in the past?
    Mar 23 01:59 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The EU, China Offer Case Study Warnings For Green Economy Stocks [View article]
    Whoever exactly is paying for it can be discussed in a separate chapter but the fact remains that Solar installations are soaring and that contradicts your statement that they are letting solar die. In fact there are more emerging markets for solar now than there have been ever before and that trend is going to continue. You need to focus on a subject and follow it clearly instead of throwing unrelated arguments into a big bowl of emotional confusion about the western world that you may find is becoming weaker and helpless in some odd way of yours.
    Mar 22 05:41 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The EU, China Offer Case Study Warnings For Green Economy Stocks [View article]
    lol ok I will take that risk at my own peril. Btw the EU is depending on Russias Gas mostly and the 1930's again have nothing to do with solar and the Ukraine is not part of the EU.
    I can assure you Russia won't threaten nor invade The EU in the near to distant future no matter how much you study the 1930's, don't take everything John Kerry says that seriously. Everything gets compared to the big scary guy and scary times of Nazi Germany in order to drive propaganda, thats not a fact its just scaremongering.
    Mar 22 05:34 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The EU, China Offer Case Study Warnings For Green Economy Stocks [View article]
    You provided evidence? How is installing 14GW of Solar this year proof that China is letting solar die? I am sorry Robert but your reasoning is so vague it is not holding any weight. Your comparison with Solar energy and Russian tanks has absolutely no meaning. There is no threat for Russia to invade the EU, your comment displays ignorance at best and it has nothing to do with Solar.
    Mar 22 04:48 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The EU, China Offer Case Study Warnings For Green Economy Stocks [View article]
    A lot of vague statements like "China can't even make solar work.... A free market would destroy wind and solar..." is anybody taking this "discussion" seriously?
    This sounds like a bar type discussion after a few too many beers. Of course Solyndra and Biofuels and every other hot button has to be thrown in for the sake of whatever. Billions of Dollars have been pumped into nuclear Fusion a energy source which has never ever produced any returns but nobody mentions it while 500million have been put into a company that didn't make it due to obvious shortfalls from the very outset of it and now every knucklehead who is trying to sound smart uses that one downfall to discredit a energy source that is producing energy globally at a breathtakingly increasing rate every year.
    Come on guys, you can do better than that.

    Believing in our "Free market" is like believing in the easter bunny. A discussion spearheaded by FREEDOM , yeah baby, puritan pilgrims and crusaders defending god. yawn....
    Mar 22 03:26 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The EU, China Offer Case Study Warnings For Green Economy Stocks [View article]
    We haven't had this type of garbage on SA for years now. SA is becoming worse than Yahoo message boards I have to say.
    Mar 21 05:19 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • How Geothermal Heat Pumps Can Soar Like Solar [View article]
    A lot of people in europe use geothermal already.
    Mar 12 05:30 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Opportunities And Risks For JinkoSolar [View article]
    Nice to see an article on Jinko Solar once again on SA, its become very quiet in regards to china solar lately.
    Thank you for a great summary of the pros and cons of JKS.
    Mar 10 06:35 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Trina Solar Limited beats by $0.09, misses on revenue [View news story]
    Trina is well positioned to become the leader in the solar world. They move slowly but they move well. Focused on R&D, 24% efficiency cells and increase in productivity really is the key for the future. They will build their downstream utility plants in 2014 and 2015 and cash in on the FIT's in due time. The need for solar energy is not going away at these prices, no need to rush.
    Mar 4 11:12 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • JinkSolar sells off in spite of Q4 beat [View news story]
    There is an issue with chinese solars and US solars. First Solar reported weaker and yet is down less than JKS. Sunpower same thing, besides, TSL is coming out with a high efficiency cell which will compete with Sunpower and still Sunpower is barely down. It doesn't make sense. Politics is the only thing that comes to mind.
    Mar 3 07:51 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • SolarCity Poised To Benefit From Tesla Gigafactory [View article]
    I think solar carport canopies, something that is somewhat mobile should be a big seller in the future. I will definitely look into it this spring.
    Mar 2 02:23 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • SolarCity Poised To Benefit From Tesla Gigafactory [View article]
    wiserinvestor, I have to say that one of the issues with your sales pitch is your attempted patriotism. Nobody who knows anything about solar panels will currently think that american panels are better than chinese panels. The china junk argument is not holding up.
    Mar 2 01:41 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Cramer's Mad Money - 8 Earnings To Watch In The Week Ahead (2/28/14) [View article]
    Once again this shows how out of touch Cramer is, we have JKS earning on Monday and TSL on Tuesday and Cramer probably still has a sell rating on them, I would say those are worthy of watching. Jinko Solar now in 5th position of 2013 deliveries and TSL in second position. Is Cramer mostly paid to promote US companies?
    Mar 2 01:08 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • SolarCity Poised To Benefit From Tesla Gigafactory [View article]
    Considering that the majority of people live in a financial month to month scenario and are desperately trying to come out of that downward spiral (only to be able spend more), I would agree with you.
    Mar 2 11:42 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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