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DOE Backs Installation of 733 MW of Solar Panels on Industrial Rooftops

The Department of Energy is providing backing for a $1.4 billion loan for Project Amp, a plan to install 733 megawatts of photovoltaic (PV) solar panels on industrial buildings in 28 states and levitra 50 mg tablets the District of what is levitra Columbia. This is nearly equal to the entire amount of PV installed in the US in 2010. The project is cailis canadian farmacy expected to lead to levitra prices in usa the creation of one thousand new jobs and is expected to last for four years.

When complete, Project Amp is expected to produce up to one million megawatt hours annually. The power that is produced is not going to be used on site necessarily, but will instead be fed to the grid to add more solar power to the available production.

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What about the taste?
written by Weng Dong, June 24, 2011
Food cooked with solar energy electricity tastes different from the food cooked with electricity from proper power system.
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Good
written by Robert Halvarsson, June 24, 2011
Good, but I also (like most else who frequent this site) hope, that while adding more renewable energy that countries such as US would remove and close down coal power plants as well.
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I do not undertand MW/H/Y
written by DemonioFlatline, June 24, 2011
Excuse my ignorance, but isn't "one million megawatt hours annually" a redundance? I would say one million megawatt annually, or 113.69 megawatt/hour (24*365*113.69=1M).

On the other hand, what does it mean "to install 733 megawatts of photovoltaic solar panels"? Is 733 MW a measure of the amount of energy generated per second? per hour? per week?

Congrats for the www.aumm.nl blog, I visit it everyday.

Greeting from sunny and renewable Spain.
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@I do not undertand MW/H/Y
written by Steve, June 25, 2011
Neither do the scientific illiterates who write this tripe. They just pick the biggest looking numbers.

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