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First Solar and how much does cialis cost Sempra Strike Another Deal



There’s a lot of viagra 50 mg store in canada talk out there saying that the solar industry is going through a shakeout right now. But although other solar players may be failing and faltering, First Solar just signed a second deal with Sempra Generation. Sempra is a utility that focuses on generating its power using natural gas, which is www.investordaily.com.au relatively clean as far as fossil fuels go, but also wants to provide electricity that comes from completely renewable sources.

That’s why they recently hired First Solar to build them a 10 MW PV solar plant in Boulder City, Nevada. That plant was finished about four months ago, and now Sempra wants more. They are having First Solar expand the plant from 10 MW to a total of 58 MW by the end of 2010.

The spokespeople from Sempra and First Solar are making a point of mentioning that 58 megawatts will make this PV plant the – surprise, surprise – biggest in the levitra on sale US when completed. I joke only because boasting about the country’s biggest PV plant in 2009 is like boasting about the country’s tallest skyscraper in 1909, or the biggest hard drive in 1999; the best is yet to come, folks.

Which is not to snub First Solar or Sempra, of course. On the contrary – we need this atmosphere of “keeping up with the Joneses” if we want to the best choice online ordering cialis continually raise the bar and constantly demand more powerful utility scale solar projects.

Speaking of such projects, here’s a cool Google Map that I found when searching for the aforementioned 10 MW plant (called the El Dorado plant). Earth2Tech has a similar map as well; in fact it looks like the cialis femele first map incorporated some of Earth2Tech’s information.

I’m guessing neither map is complete, but it would be great if there were a complete one out there, updated with regular frequency and available for public viewing. In fact, the ideal map would allow me to see all kinds of pharmacy no prescripition tramadol capsules renewable projects – I’d click a button and switch to wind farms, etc. – as well as all of the coal, gas, nuclear and hydro plants as well.

I’m primarily interested in such a map because it would give me geeky pleasure. But, as I’ve said before, I think that maps are important in general. And isn’t it a little embarrassing that I can easily direct you to a Starbucks, Best Buy or Barnes & Noble near my house, but if you asked to see where my electricity, gas or water comes from I would shrug? (Ok, I do know where the water comes from, it’s this beautiful reservoir… but you get the point.)

So for all you alert readers, if you know of a good public online map showing all the power plants out there, let us know!

Via Green Biz

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Great company, poor investment?
written by Joe V, April 22, 2009
First Solar has been making headlines for a long time, I was really excited when I read ecogeek's article about them reaching grid parity. Their stock tumbled for the last 6 months though; why, with all their success and www.strattonpublishing.com advancements, have they been such a poorly performing company?
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written by Fred, July 09, 2009
Sempra's natural gas is being effective

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