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California Hits 1 Gigawatt of Rooftop Solar

According to a new report by Environment California, a major solar power milestone has been reached in the state:  it is now home to non generic viagra 1 gigawatt's-worth of rooftop solar power.  To put that into perspective, only five countries have hit the 1 GW mark in solar power so far:  Germany, Spain, Japan, Italy and cialis or viagra the Czech Republic.

The electricity produced by rooftop solar power installations in California now equals two coal-fired power plants and could power 750,000 homes.

The solar installations include new and existing homes and commercial buildings, and panels connected to the grid by both large utilities and smaller municipal utilities.

The report gives most of the credit to a statewide rooftop solar incentive program called the cheapest prices for viagra online California Solar Initiative.  The initiative is responsible for 600 MW of installed solar power in the state.

via Mercury News

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written by TRE, November 09, 2011
So... California has hit 1 GW, but the United States as a country has not? Seems a bit.....
written by meierrain, November 09, 2011
I would like to know when they hit 1.21 gigawatts.
1.21 gigawatts?!
written by inexplicablyNic, November 09, 2011
That's great, but we're gonna need at least 1.21 gigawatts before time travel is green.
written by Juan Miguel Ruiz, November 09, 2011
We need to keep the ball moving. Other states should get on the bandwagon and encourage solar energy deployment.

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written by Ad vam der Meer, November 10, 2011
Great news!
How much is viagra online india this relative to the total energy consumption? What is the growth rate of solar energy in California?
yea what he/she said
written by sarah, November 10, 2011
how long ago did usa make that list of 5 er 6?
written by Emily Horton-Hall, November 10, 2011
Congratulations California!
written by Kalirren, November 11, 2011
Global power use was what, 15 TW in 2008? Increasing as we speak? So each GW of capacity anywhere is roughly worth 1/15,000 of the problem.

yeah, we're behind schedule.
Have been reading
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