Thursday, February 14, 2013
let the sun shine in
What if someone were to set up an equity-loan company that existed in order to give loans specifically to people who wanted to upgrade their homes to use solar?
What if this company operated as a sort of non-profit co-op that bought the solar panels in bulk and had in-house installation technicians to keep the costs down?
What if it was actively marketed to people in sun-rich areas, with advertising that laid out exactly when the investment would begin to actually bring in profit for the purchaser, when they began to sell their excess power back into the grid?
Would that work?
Anybody out there have the will, knowledge, and moolah to make that happen?
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